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1968 



Marion Diemond and 
M. Vofjel discuss the or- 
ganization of an efficient 

office. 




CONTENTS 






CONTENTS 




Faculty 




Page 14 


Classes 




Page 36 


Activities 




Page 118 


Sports 




Page 142 



STAFF 

Co-Editors-in-Chief : Annette De Mas- 
cio and Arthur Levine 
Business Manager: Philip Shack 



Senior Class Publication 
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 

Randolph, Massachusetts 
Volume 52 






>r Santa's Dream. 



Pride in our 
school . . . 



leave hi 
1 V|^^BB It has enriched our lives, 
I readened our scopes of learning, and helped mature 
..- into fine outstanding citizens. Soon it will be a 

> This i U represents a synopsis of 01 

year, a culmination of our high school caret 

precedent for the future. Between its cover 

<- a .voi Id quite unfamiliar to all outside our school. 

It is a world of joy, of achievements, of disappoint- 

ments, and of sweet memories . . . It is a world of 

which we are proud. 




Randolph'? Cross Country i.«am is a shining light. 



Spirit propelling us 
to our victories 



Spirit at Randolph High School is a con- 
stant entity. In times of victory it takes the 
form of fervent exultation; in times of 
valiant defeat, the consoler. Our spirit pro- 
pels us to victory, and our pride sustains us 
in defeat. 





and sustaining us 




F. Small tackles a Rockland player to help keep 
Randolph in the lead. 



in defeat 




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Mr. Samuel Polio and W. Lewis work out an 
architectural problem. 



We feel a sense of pride in 
our achievements: the activi- 
ties which we participated in, 
the athletic events which were 
won and lost, the plays which 
we put on, the publications 
which we published, the know- 
ledge and experience we have 
gained — a sense of pride and 
a sense of belonging. 




Pride in achievement . . . 




K. Schulze studies intently. 



The boys' gym class getting in shape. 




Miss Geraldine Scott instructs W. Trabulsie in 
the art of baking. 




A sense of belonging 




Traditions to remem- 
ber and cherish 



As we leave Randolph High School, we look back at 
the many traditions which have been carried on. Will 
we ever forget Tag Day, The Thanksgiving Day foot- 
ball game, Santa's Dream. 

As we step forward into the future, the warmth of 
RHS will always be a moving force. 





Barbara Slotnick and Arthur Levine enjoy 
dissecting a dogfish in physiology. 






Pride and 
Spirit 




"Bermuda Shorts Day" was quite successful. 



DEDICATION 




In gratitude of her service to the 
students, faculty, and administration 
of Randolph High School ; in recogni- 
tion of her loyalty to the Randolph 
Public Schools, and in appreciation 
of the fine example she has always 
set, the students of the class of 1968 
dedicate their yearbook to Miss Wini- 
fred Brennan. 




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Competent 
Professional . . . 
Understanding 
Friend 



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MISS WINIFRED 
BRENNAN 



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CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



"//e teaches who 

gives and he 

learns who receives. " 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 



CURRICULUM 




Mr. James L. Topham 

Principal of Randolph High School 



ADMINISTRATION 



Mr. James L. Topham discusses the 
future of the History Club with Josep- 
hine Grille 





Mr. Cyril T. Powderly 

Assistant Principal 



Mr. Thomas L. Warren, Superintendent 
of the Randolph Public Schools; Mr 
William J. Lynch, Assistant Superin- 
tendent of Schools. 




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Setting the guidelines for 
a sound educational program 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mr. Thomas L. Warren, Superintendent; Mr. Bruce Dunbar, Adminis- 
trative Assistant; Mr. John J. Callahan, Jr.; Mrs. Marie H. Cormey; 
Mr. Charles E. Greene, Jr.; Mr. William J. Lynch, Assistant Superin- 
tendent; Mr. Peter J. Davin; Dr. William M. Leavitt. 




OFFICE STAFF 

Mrs. Rose Simmons, Mrs. Mary Jo Vennik, Mrs. Elizabeth Fleming, 
Randolph High School's Secretaries. 



Mr. Cyril T. Powderly, one of the 
students best friends. 



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GUIDANCE 




Mr. Edwin Denten, Director of Guidance. 



Randolph High School has been pleased 
with the appointment of Mr. Edwin Denten 
as Director of Guidance. The Guidance 
Department has shown great concern with 
the development of individuals and their 
increasing ability to make intellectual 
choices. Each student is guided toward edu- 
cational and vocational goals which are 
realistic and appropriate in terms of being 
personally rewarding and socially service- 
able. Various tests are administered 
throughout the year to judge the skills and 
abilities of the students for placement in 
their desired areas. 





Miss Isabel Bennett looks up a student's schedule. 



Mrs. Rose Simmons, Secretary to the Guidance Staff. 



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Ready with the answer, 
whatever the problem 



Miss Winifred Brennan 

Assistant Director of Guidance 
Senior Class Adviser 



Mr. John Atwood 
Guidance Counselor 



Miss Isabel Bennett 
Guidance Counselor 



Miss Winifred Brennan checks the record of a business 
student. 



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SPECIALISTS 



Special training 

serves varied 

student talents 



Mr. Joseph Zapustas 

Director of Physical 
Education 




Mr. Leonard Rapoza 

Director of Music 





Mrs. Arlene Appleton checks a library call card 





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Mr. John Gene Papa 

Reading Instructor 
.malum 
Adviser to the Oracle Staff 



Miaa Geraldine Scott 

Home Economics, 

Boys' Food 

Marriage & Family Living 

Interior Design 

Adviser to The Future 

Homemakers Club 



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Mr. Robert Brady 

Elementary Art, 

Advanced Art 



Miss Dorothy Skeels 
Physical Education 

Adviser to 
Photography Club 



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Mr. John Kennedy 

Physical Education 

Ass't Football Coach 

J.V. Basketball Coach 

J.V. Baseball Coach 



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Miss Geraldine Scott pauses for a cup of coffee. 






Mr. Robert Brady constructs a float for the Thanks- 
giving day game. 



OCTOR 




Mrs. Emma Donahue and Diane Aker discuss the flu 
epidemic. 







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Mrs. Emma Donahue 


Mrs. Arlene Appleton 


Mrs. Glenda Gehrig: 


Miss Marilyn R. Hawkes 


Mr. Samuel Polio 


School Nurse, 


School librarian. 


Home Economics, Clothing, 


Art, 


Mechanical Drawing, 


Adviser to the 


Adviser to the 


Interior Design, 


Mechanical Drawing 


Achievement Awards 


Future Nurses Club 


Library Club 


Marriage and Family 

Living, Adviser to the 

Future Homemakers Club 







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ENGLISH 



Mr. Richard Power 

Coordinator of English. 

C. P. English IV. 

Humanities 




The primary aim of the 
English Department is to 
develop the ability to com- 
municate ideas. Fluency and 
precision in language are 
necessary for the comprehen- 
sion of both the written and 
the spoken word; therefore, 
the English Department 
trains students to be com- 
petent in all phases of the 
English language. 





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Miss Nancy Roland 

C. P. English II, 

General English II, 

Business English II, 

Adviser to the 

Sophomore Class 




Mrs. Carol Dowd 

C P. English II. 

General English II, 

Business English II 




Mr. Donald Nelson 

C. P. English III. 

Business English III, 

Business English IV, 

Composition, Adviser to 

the National Honor Society 




Mia* Paula Delaney 

C P. English IV. 

General English IV, 

Composition 



Mrs. Jean Noblin 

C. P. English III. 

General English III, 

AdvLer to the Blue 

and White Banner 



Mrs. Elaine Riddington 

C P. English II, 

Business English II, 

Composition. Effective 

Speech, Adviser to the 

Junior Class 



Mr. Richard Power makes out a teacher evalu- 
ation sheet on Mr. P. 



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Translating ideas into 
organized form 



A second goal which the English Department is 
striving for is the transmission of our cultural heri- 
tage through the study of literature. With this in 
mind, the department has added courses such as 
Modern American Writings, the Journalism Seminar, 
and the Drama Seminar. The General English Course 
has been revised also. 

Provided with the tools of language and the knowl- 
edge of our cultural heritage, students leave Randol- 
ph High School well prepared for the future. 



Miss Martha Foley and Mr. 
in the library. 



Anthony Vellante work 





Modern American 

Writings, National 

Honor Society 

Advisory Board 



Mr. Edward Mashrick 

General English III, 

Business English III, 

C. P. English IV, 

Work Study 



Miss Eleanor Kelly 

Business English IV, 
Work Study 



Mr. Donald Nelson, Mr. 
John Papa, and Mrs. 
Helen McGonigle have 
a chuckle between 
classes. 





Miss Martha Foley 

C. P. English II, 

Business English II, 

Creative Writing, Adviser 

to the Future 

Teachers Club 



Mr. Anthony Vellante 

C. P. English IV, 

General English IV, 

Effective Speech, 

Drama Seminar, 

Adviser to the 

Dramatics Club 



LANGUAGES 




The Language Lab at work. 



Miss Doris Baglione demons- 
trates a Spanish smile. 






Mr. Richard Kaegael: Coordinator 
of Foreign Languages, French III, 
French V. 



The Foreign Language De- 
partment's aim is to enable 
the students of R. H. S. to 
communicate effectively in a 
foreign language. The depart- 
ment aids the students in ac- 
quiring a deep knowledge, un- 
derstanding, and appreciation 
of another people's language 
and culture. To achieve this 
goal the department utilizes 
four basic objectives: listen- 
ing, speaking, reading, and 
writing. 



Basic teaching goal 





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Miss Doris Baglione 

Spanish II, Spanish III. 

Spanish IV 



Mrs. Capriole 

Latin 



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Miss Suzanne Whittemore checks the pronunciation of her students in Language lab. 



or immediate Ora\ Communication 







Miss Nancy Sinclair 

Spanish I, French II, 
French III 



Miss Suzanne Whittemore 

French I, French II, 
French III 



Mrs. Ann Skelly 
French III. French IV 



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Mrs. Carrie Reffenstein 

Spanish I, Spanish II 



SCIENCE 




Mr. Herbert Wolfer 

Co-ordinator of Science, 
PSSC Physics 



Mr. Joseph Bourgeois, 
James Dunn, and 
Steve Baird try to 
teach "Mac" some new- 
tricks. 




Experienced faculty 



The students at Randolph High School have 
at their disposal a modern, well - equipped 
Science Department. Through study, demon- 
stration, and experimentation, students receive 
a complete science education. Modern courses, 
presented by an experienced faculty, offer stu- 
dents in-depth study in Biology, Chemistry, and 
Physics. Under the direction of Mr. Herbert 
Wolfer, the Science Department prepares stu- 
dents for the future, a future in which Science 
will play a major role. 









presents in-depth studies in science curriculum 




Mrs. Carol Cahill 

Chemistry, C.B.A. 

Chemistry, Adviser to 

the Cheerleaders 




Mr. Joseph Bourgeois 

SWAP Biology, 

C. P. Biology, 

Ecology, Adviser to the 

Oceanography Club 





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Mr. John Bevivino 

Chemistry Study, 
Traditional Chemistry 




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Mr. William O'Brien 

Physics, Practical Science 





Mr. Arthur Buntpus 

C. P. Biology, Biology 



Mr. William Farrell 

C. P. Biology, Geology 



Mr. Kevin O'Brien lectures to his BSCS Biology Class. 





Mr. Kevin O'Brien 

BSCS Biology, Physiology 



Mr. John Bopp 

Chemistry, Biology 



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MATHEMATICS 



Mr. Paul Lehtinen 

Coordinator of Mathema 
tics. College Review Math. 
College Advanced Math. 



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Mrs. Ann Roper 

Modern Geometry, Modern 
Algebra II, College Review 
Math. 





Mr. Phil Saba 

Algebra I, Basic Math, 
Intermediate Algebra. 



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Miss Ann Hutchinson 

Algebra II, College Re- 
view Math. 



Mr. Phil Saba works out an Algebraic equa- 
tion. 

Mathematics . . . An 




Mr. Ronald Mavor 

Plane Geometry, Tennis 
Coach. 



Mrs. Carol De Cost 

College 
Algebra II, Intermediate 
Algebra, Plane Geometry. 



Mr. Paul Lehtinen explains the relationship 
between a conic sphere and a circle. 




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Mrs. Ann Roper re- 
checks a test paper 
with Matthew Mc- 
Namara. 



academic discipline in its own right 




The Mathematics Department at Randolph 
High School develops proficiency in mathemat- 
ical theory and skill. Because the curriculum is 
both traditional and modern, it encourages stu- 
dents to be more creative. Also, through a series 
of discovery experiences, students increase their 
reasoning ability. Since mathematics is neces- 
sary in all fields, the department offers a 
variety of courses ranging from General Mathe- 
matics to Analysis. Thus, each student can select 
courses which suit his abilities and future plans. 

Mr. Ronald Mavor prepares his grades for the 2nd 
term. 




SOCIAL STUDIES 



Mr. Leo J. McGuirk 

Coordinator of Social Studies, 

World History, 

Contemporary Affairs 



In our modern society, social studies must go far 
beyond the basic study of history. As the problems of 
our society become more complex, a greater under- 
standing of the inter-relationships among men is neces- 
sary. With this in mind, the Social Studies Department 
now offers a wider variety of courses which transcend 
the realm of history. This year, a course in Sociology 
has been added to the curriculum, and the Contemporary 
Affairs program has been expanded. Next year, more 
courses concerning behavioral studies will be offered. 
Through the use of films, records, lectures, and a Model 
Congress, students experience government rather than 
simply hear about it. 




Exploring man's relationship to 




Mr. Leo McGuirk and Mr. Frank O'Brien discuss the Social Studies Department. 



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Mr. Francis O'Brien 

Contemporary Affairs, 

U.S. History 

Sociology, 

Varsity Basketball 




Mr. Thomas Lane 

U.S. History, 

World History, Adviser 

to History Club 
Audio-Visual Director 




Mr. Louis Rizzo 

Contemporary Affairs, 

Problems of Democracy, 

Sociology 






Mr. Lawrence Apostolon 
U.S. History, 
World History 




Mr. Malcolm Hill 

World History, 

Geography, Track, 

Cross-Country 



his environment . . past and present 




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Mr. Raymond Thompson 

U.S. History, 

Contemporary Affairs, 

National Honor Society 

Advisory Board 



Mr. W. L. Fairfield, Jr. 

World History, 
U.S. History 



Mr. Malcolm Hill reviews the track results. 



BUSINESS 



Good positions ahead in the business 





Miss Barbara O'Neill 

Typewriting I 




Mrs. Joan Boyd 
Typewriting II 



Mr. Nicholas Mackey uses the dictaphone in his transcription class. 



Miss Marion Diemond demonstrates typing procedures to her Office 

Practice class. —-* 




Mr. John Hurley 

Fundamentals of Typing, 

Economics & Law 




Mr. Dennis McKee 

Business Math., 
Bookkeeping I & II 



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Mr. David Cronin 

Bookkeeping I & II, 

Business Math., Treasurer, 

Student Activities Fund 



Mr. James Santry 

Transcription, Notehand, 

Adviser to the Student 

Council, Business Adviser 

to the Blue & White 

Banner, President, 

Randolph Secondary 

Teachers Association. 



The Business Education De- 
partment has successfully ser- 
ved the commercial interests of 
greater Boston for many years 
by providing businessmen of this 
area with employees of compe- 
tence and versatility. The de- 
partment boasts some of the 
newest in office equipment, a 
wide selection of courses, and a 
professional staff with experi- 
ence in business as well as ed- 
ucation. Course offerings also in- 
clude communication subjects 
for the college-bound student. 



Miss Marion Diemond 

Coordinator of Business, 

Office Practice 





Mr. David Cronin returns tests to his 
Bookkeeping class. 



Mr. Paul Kelly 

Record Keeping, 

Business Math., 

Consumer Economics 



Miss Sheila Shapiro 

Typing I, 
Fundamentals of Typing 



Mr. Nicholas Mackey 

Transcription, Stenography, 
Ass't Oracle Adviser 






WORK-STUDY 





THE WORK-STUDY PROGRAM 

The Work-Study Program divides 
the day into two parts, the academic 
phase and the work phase. 

The academic phase of the pro- 
gram is offered during the first four 
periods of the school day. During 
this session the student takes three 
major subjects. (Two required, one 
elective and the fourth period with 
physical education and remedial 
reading.) 



D. Hammond gets on the job training 
at Jordan Marsh Co. 




WORK-STUDY SOPHOMORES 
Bottom Row: C. Higgenbottom, J. Mitchell, R. Dempsey, F. Lewis, W. Holland, 
D. Blanchard. Top Row: M. Richardson, E. Mann, R. Daley, P. Topham, J. 
Madden, J. Cassford, C. Hutchinson. 



WORK-STUDY JUNIORS 
Bottom Row: J. Harrington, N. Fiumara, R. Cohen, S. Daley, A. Raymond, D. 
Hammond. Top Row: D. MacPartland, I. Greene, J. Zaccardi, S. Dodge, R. 
Williams, J. Harrington. 







The occupational phase begins 
after the child has been dis- 
missed from school, after lunch. 
At this time the student reports 
to his place of employment. 
Every effort is made to place 
each child in a job that is either 
related to his interests and/or 
his abilities. 

Credits for the high school 
diploma are earned by successfully 
completing all courses in the aca- 
demic phase and satisfactory 
work in the occupational phase. 







NON-TEACHING 




M. Al Alden, School Custodian 




Mrs. M. Ledig is busy cutting 
carrots for the relish tray. 



Dedicated, indispensable . . . appreciated 







Left to Right: Mrs. E. Mofford, Mrs. M. McElroy, Mrs. M. Ledig, Mrs. J. Ciliberto, 
Mrs. V. Driese, Mrs. A. Adamski, Mrs. F. Roode, Mrs. K. Wall, Mrs. D. Whitcher, 
Mrs. G. Gardner, Manager. 



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For yesterday is 
but a dream, 
and tomorrow is 
only a vision 



CLASSES 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Frank Brack, Vice-President 



Maureen Corcoran, Secretary 



Larry Willis, President 



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Responsible Leadership . . . 
Faithful Service 



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SENIOR BOARD DIRECTORS 
Bottom: M. O'Gorman, K. Kiley, M. Vogel, S. Forti, M. Maxwell, W. Coburn, M. Cor- 
coran, Miss Brennan. Top: P. Spiro, S. Burns, S. Gass, F. Frack, L. Willis. 



Wendi Coburn, Treasurer 




Miss Winifred Brennan, Adviser to 
the Senior Class. 



Our senior year 




JEAN ABERT 

Jerry 



DIANE AKER 
Din 





STEPHANIE ALBERT 

Stephie 



LINDA APROMOLLO 

Apple 




MAX INK ARSENAULT 

Max 



ALBERT AYERS 

Al 



Marilyn Maxwell, Jean Condlin, Barbara Slotnick, and Susan 
Lichenstein plan strategy during a Powder Puff Game time 
out. 



Abert, Jean (Business) 
Chorus 3,4; Library Staff 2,3. 

Aker, Diane (College) 

Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; Vice President Future 
Nurses Club 4; Future Homemakers Club 4; Color 
Guard 3,4; Future Teachers Club 2; Girl's Basket- 
ball 2; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Albert, Stephanie (College) 

Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; 

History Club 4; Color Guard 4. 

Apromollo, Linda (Business) 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Homemakers Club 2,3; 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2. 

Arsenault, Maxine (Business) 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Homemakers Club 2,3; 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3. 

Ayers Albert (College) 
Future Teachers Club 2. 



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comes to a close 




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MAUREEN AYERS 

Moe 






CARL BAGGE 

Carl 



HELEN BAIRD 




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BRUCE BAKER 

Brace 



ELLEN BAKER 

Ellen 



Ayers, Maureen (Business) 

Future Homemakers Club 2; Junior Dance Decorat- 
ing' Committee 3. 

Azzariti, Christine (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3. 

Bagge, Carl (College) 

Baird, Helen (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Junior 

Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Baker, Bruce (College) 

Baker, Ellen (Business) Band 2,3,4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Winner 3. 



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Four long years 







RICHARD BAKER 

Rick 



JACQUELINE BARBOZA 

Jackie 



JOHN BARKHOUSE 

Jack 



BARBARA BATSON 

Barbs 




JOHN BEAGAN 

John 



JEAN BEDARD 

Jean 



Baker, Richard (General) 

Track 2; Band 2; Academic Achievement Award 

Nominee 2,3. 

Barboza, Jacqueline (Business) 

Barkhouse, John (General) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2. 

Batson. Barbara (College) 

Future Homemakers Club 2,3,4; President of Future 
Homemakers Club 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Dra- 
matics Club 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 3; Chorus 
2,3,4, Student Council Service Club 4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2; District Music Fes- 
tival 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 4. 

Beauan, John (General) 

Basketball 2; Baseball 2,4; Track 3; Library Staff 2. 

Bedard, Jean (College) 

Future Homemakers Club 2. 




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of hard work 



Bell, Dianne E. (College) 

Blue and White Banner Business Staff 2,3,4; Assist- 
ant Business Manager Blue and White Banner Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 
2,3,4; Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers 
Club Reporter 3; Dramatics Club 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3. 

Bell, Linda (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 3,4; 
Literary Editor of Oracle Literary Staff 4; Blue and 
White Banner Business Staff 2,3,4; Blue and White 
Literary Staff 2,3,4; Editorial Secretary of Blue and 
White Banner Literary Staff 4; Future Teachers 
Club 2; Dramatics Club 2,3,4. 

Belmont, Thomas (College) 
Football 2,3; Track 2,3. 

Benjamino, Elaine (Business) 
Twirlers 4. 

Berg, David L. (Business) 

Basketball 2; Academic Achievement Award Nomi- 
nee 3. 

Bernier, Susan (Business) 
Dramatics Club 2,3; Chorus 3. 




DIANNE E. BELL 

Dianne 



LINDA BELL 

Lin 





THOMAS BELMONT 

Tom 



ELAINE BENJAMINO 

Lainie 




DAVID L. BERG 

Dave 



SUSAN BERNIER 
Sue 



Danny Connors and Joyce Feldman check their test papers 
before passing them in. 



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ARTHUR BOWLER 

Bunny 




FRANCIS BRACK 

Frankie 



DANA BRANDT 

Dana 




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ROBERT BROOKS 

Robert 



ALISON R. BROWN 

Al 



Judy Sandler purchases a Girls' Tag Day Ticket from Stu- 
dent Council President, Kathy Kiley. 



Four years filled 



Boren, Richard (Business) 

Bowler, Arthur (College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 4; Dramatics 
Club 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Dance Band 
2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3,4; District Music Festival 3,4. 

Brack, Francis (College) 

Vice-President 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 4; Win- 
ter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Senior Board 
of Directors 4; Academic Achievement Award Nom- 
inee 3; Boys State 3; Junior Dance Decorating Com- 
mittee 3. 



Brandt, Dana (College) 
Letterman in Track 4; 
Oceanography Club 2. 

Brooks, Robert (Business) 



Letterman in Tennis 3; 



Brown, Alison R. (College) Oracle Business Staff 
3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Assistant to the Ad- 
visor of Oracle Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; 
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Secretary of Dramatics Club 
4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Ring 
Committee 3; Dance Decorating Committee 3. 




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with fond memories 






GEORGE BROWN 

George 



RAYMOND BURKE 

Ray 




SAMUEL BURNS 

Bruins 



JUDITH BURWELL 

Judy 




RICHARD CAMMARATA 

Jose 



GREGORY CAMPBELL 

Greg 



Brown, George (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3. 

Burke, Raymond (General) 

Burns, Samuel (College) 

Letterman in Football 2,3; Co-captain of Football 
Team 4; Letterman in Track 2,3,4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Supply Room 
3,4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Burwell, Judith (Business) Oracle Business Staff 
4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Future Homemakers Club 
2,3; Chorus 4. 

Cammarata, Richard (College) Football 3,4; Base- 
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 3. 

Campbell, Gregory (College) 



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Each day 




WENDI COBURN 

Wendi 



Campbell, Joseph (College) 

Campbell, Robert (College) 

Football 2; Baseball 2; Track 2; Junior Dance Dec- 
orating Committee 3. 

Cavanaugh, Dennis (Business) 

Clapp, J. Steven (College) 

Football 4; Basketball 2,3; Track 2,3. 

Coburn, Wendi (Business) 

Treasurer 2,3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Future 
Homemakers Club 2,3,4; Senior Board of Directors 
4; Drill Team 3,4; Girl's State Nominee 3; Junior 
Dance Decorating Committee 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

Cohen, Edward (College) 

Letterman in Winter Track 2,3,4; Letterman in 
Spring Track 2,3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Banner 
Literary Staff 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; 
Secretary of National Honor Society 4; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Academic 
Achievement Award Winner 2,3; Boy's State 3; 
Oracle Literary Editor 4. 



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was a challenge 



Concannon, Robert (College) 

Track 2,3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White 
Banner Business Staff 2,3,4; Blue and White Ban- 
ner Literary Staff 3,4; Art Editor of Blue and 
White Banner Staff 4; Oceanography Club 2,3,4; 
Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Condlin, Jean (College) 

Band 2,3,4; Student Council Service Club 4; Ski 
Club 4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Connaughton, Kathryn (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Academic 

Achievement Award Winner 3; Ski Club 4. 

Connors, Daniel (College) 

Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Letterman in Bas- 
ketball 3,4; Letterman in Baseball 3,4; Future Teach- 
ers Club 2; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Connors, Thomas (General) 

Corcoran, Maureen (College) 

Secretary 2,3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Future 
Homemakers Club 3,4; Senior Board of Directors 4; 
Drill Team 4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 
3; Powder Puff Football 4. 




ROBERT CONCANNON 

Emmett 



JEAN CONDLIN 

Jeanie 





KATHRYN CONNAUGHTON 

Casey 



DANIEL CONNORS 

Dan 




THOMAS CONNORS 
Tom 



MAUREEN CORCORAN 

Moe 



The rugged R.H.S. defense led by Paul Spiro stops an at- 
tempted end run. 



47 




JACQUELINE COTE 

Jackie 



RICHARD J. COWGILL 

Dick 




MARIE C. CRIMMINS 

Chicky 



DENNIS CROWLEY 

Den 




HATTIE CRYER 
Hat 



PATRICIA CUFF 

Pat 



Susan Forti and Mr. Anthony Vellante discuss the next Dra- 
matics Club spectacular. 



Our experiences 



Cote, Jacqueline (Business) 
Drill Team 2,3,4. 

Cowgill, Richard J. (College) 

Baseball 2; Track 2; Letterman in Golf 3,4; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Ski Club 4; 
Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Crimmins, Marie C. (College) 

Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Secretary of Future 
Teachers Club 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle 
Literary Staff 3,4; Senior Editor of Oracle Literary 
Staff 4; Dramatics Club 2; Blue and White Banner 
Literary Staff 2,3,4; Academic Achievement Award 
Nominee 3. 

Crowley, Dennis (College) 

Cryer, Hattie (College) 

Future Homemakers Club 3,4; Vice President of 
Future Homemakers Club 4; Oracle Business Staff 
4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 
Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Literary 
Staff 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Oceanography Club 
4; Student Council Service Club 3,4. 

Cuff, Patricia (College) 

Dramatics Club 2; future Homemakers Club 4; 
Oceanography Club 2,3,4; Historian of Oceanogra- 
phy Club 4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 
2,3; Art Career Club 3. 






48 




as struggling freshmen 




JOHN CUNNINGHAM 

Teddy 



BARBARA CURRAN 

Barb 



ROBERT CURRY 

Bobby 



JOHN DAILEY 

Jake 








ARLENE DALE 

Arlene 



JANET DALEY 

Jan 



Cunningham, John (College) 
Letterman in Track 3. 

Curran, Barbara (College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2; Future 

Nurses Club 2. 

Curry, Robert (Business) 

Dailey, John (College) 

Letterman in Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Winter 

Track 4. 

Dale, Arlene (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 
Business Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 2,3,4. 

Daley, Janet (College) 

Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; President of Future 
Nurses Club 4; Future Homemakers Club 2; Color 
Guard 3,4; Student Council Advisory Board 4. 



49 



High school . . 





josephlr. m/ake 

(r Jo 



JAMES De COURCEY 

Jimmy 




DENNIS DIAUTO 

Dermis 



Dane, Joseph R. (College) 

Winter Track 4; Indoor Track 4; Spring Track 4; 
Bowling Team 2,3; Blue and White Banner Literary 
Staff 4; Historv Club 2.3,4; Treasurer of History 
Club 3; Oceanography Club 2,3,4. 

De Courcey, James (Business) 

De Felice, Marilyn (Business) 

Drill Team 3,4; Lieutenant of Drill Team 4; Future 
Homemakers Club 4; Junior Dance Decorating Com- 
mittee 3. 

Delano, Edward (College) 

Icetball 2,3; Letterman in Basketball 3; Letter- 
man in Track 2,3,4; Captain of Track Team 4. 

De Si>to. Susan (College) 

Basketball 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Oceanography 
Hub 2,3, t; Secretary of Oceanography Club 2; Pres- 
ident of Oceanography Club 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Winner 2. 

Diauto, Dennis (Business) 



MARILYN De FELICE 

Mai 



EDWARD DELANO 

Eddy 




50 






. . . the new world 



Diauto, John (Business) 

Diaz, Kenneth (Business) 

Di Carlo, Virginia (Business) 
Future Homemakers Club 2,3. 

Di Mascio, Annette (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Oracle 4; Future Teachers 
Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Nominee 2,3; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; 
National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Honor 
Roll 2,3,4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee; 
Santa's Dream Decorating Committee. 

Donahue, Margaret (Business) 

Future Homemakers Club 2; Office Girl 4; Junior 
Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Dowling, Kathleen (College) 

Future Nurses Club 4; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 3; Color Guard 3,4; Co-Head of 
Color Guard 4. 






JOHN DIAUTO 

John 



KENNETH DIAZ 

Deitz 






VIRGINIA Di CARLO 

Ginger 



ANNETTE Di MASCIO 

Annette 





MARGARET DONAHUE 

Marg 



1 



KATHLEEN DOWLING 

Kathy 



Charles Green passes up lunch for some last-minute cram- 
ming. 



51 



We met many 





Driscoll, George (Business) 

Drury, James (General) 

Dugan, Deborah (Business) 

Blue and White Banner Business Staff 3; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Future Homemakers Club 2; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 2. 

Dunlavey, Diane (College) Dramatics Club 3,4; 
Oceanography Club 2,3,4; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 3. 

Dunn, James (College) 

Track 2,3; Letterman in Track 3. 

Dunnigan, William (College) 
Letterman in Track 3,4. 



GEORGE DRISCOLL 
Gigi 



JAMES DRURY 

Jim 





DEBORAH DUGAN 

Duffie 



DIANE DUNLAVEY 

Diane 






JAMES DUNN 

Jim 



WILLIAM DUNNIGAN 
BUI 



Judy Burwell and Sharon Feldman prepare a pencil sketch 
before they start the final draft in pastels. 




52 



new friends 




DONNA ELA 

Donna 



RACHEL A. ELLIS 

Rae 




RONALD ERICKSON 

Cowboy Ron 



ROBERT ERLICHMAN 
Rob 




JEFFREY I. ESTERMAN 

"Hi Jeff" 



JOYCE FELDMAN 

Joyce 



Ela, Donna (Business) 
Future Homemakers Club 2,3. 

Ellis, Rachel A. (College) 

Future Teachers Club 2; Future Homemakers Club 
3,4; Secretary of Future Homemakers Club 4; Drill 
Team 3,4; Student Council Service Club 3,4; Junior 
Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Erickson, Ronald (College) 

Baseball 2,3,4; Letterman in Baseball 2,3. 

Erlichman, Robert (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 2; Junior Dance Decorating Com- 
mittee 3. 

Esterman, Jeffrey I. (College) 

Library Staff 2,3; Photography Club 2. 

Feldman, Joyce (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. 



Then determined 






I 





r*x 








SHARON FELDMAN 

Sha 



SANDRA FIELD 

Sandy 



BARRY FINEBERG 

Barry 



HARVEY FINKEL 

Harvey 







MICHAEL FLAHERTY 

Mike 



JAMES FOLEY 

Jim 



Feldman, Sharon (Business) 

Dramatics Club 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Chorus 4, 

Field, Sandra (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Winner 2. 

Fineberg, Barry (College) 
History Club 2,3. 

Finkel, Harvey (College) 

Basketball 2; Letterman in Golf 2,3,4; Blue and 
White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Feature Editor 
of Blue and White Banner Staff 4; National Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Dance Band 3; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; National Merit 
Commendation 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4. 

Flaherty, Michael (Business) 

Foley, James (College) 

Band 2,3,4; Chorus 4; Dance Band 4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3. 




54 



sophomore scholars 



Forman, Glen (College) 
History Club 4; Oceanography Club 2,3; Band 2,3,4; 
Chorus 4. 

Forti, Susan (College) 

Student Council 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Presi- 
dent of Dramatics Club 4; Oceanography Club 2,3; 
Band 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Senior Board of Directors 
4; Girls State Nominee 3; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 3; Academic Achievement Award 
Winner 3. 

Fox, Mitchell (College) 

Letterman in Track 3,4; Letterman in Golf 2,3,4; 
Oracle Business Staff 3; Oracle Literary Staff 3,4; 
Blue and White Banner Business Staff 4; Blue and 
White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Associate Sports 
Editor of Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 4; 
History Club 2,3; Junior Classical League 3. 
Franklin, Robert (Business) 
Letterman in Track 2. 
Fumarola, Linda (College) 

Future Teachers Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Band 
2,3,4; History Club 4. 
Gallagher, Michael A. (College) 

Manager of Basketball Team 3,4; Baseball 4; Oracle 
Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Business 
Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3,4. 




m , 



ft 

i 




GLEN FORMAN 

Glen 



SUSAN FORTI 

Sue 





MITCHELL FOX 

Mitch 



RICHARD FRANKLIN 

Bobby 






LINDA FUMAROLA 

Linda 



MICHAEL A. GALLAGHER 

Mike 



John Markham bears the burden of Girls' Tag Day, while 
Margie Ross, Lois Silver, Paula Webber, and Lorrie Kramer 
add to the load. 



55 



Tiring hour: 




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J^ 







MICHAEL P. GALLAGHER 
Mickey 



ELIZABETH GARDNER 

Gt'z 









■ THOMAS GATELY 

k Tom 




h-^sfr of 



his essay. 



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Gallagher, Michael P. (Business) 

Gardner, Elizabeth (College) 

Dramatics Club 4; Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; Band 

2,3,4; Folk Music Club 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 4. 

Gardner, Grace (College) 

Dramatics Club 2,3; Future Homemakers Club 2,3; 

Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Gardner, Robert (College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 4; Academic- 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Winner 3; Boys State Nominee 3; Na- 
tional Merit Semifinalist 4. 

Gass, Steven (College) 

Letterman in Football 2,3,4; Latterman in Basket- 
ball 2, Captain 3,4; Letterman in Baseball 2,3,4; 
Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Sports 
Editor of Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 4; 
National Honor Society 2,3,4; Treasurer of National 
Honor Society 4; Academic Achievement Award 
Nominee 2,3; Boys State 3. 

Gately, Thomas (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Academic Achievement 

Award Nominee 2. 




of study 




ROBERTA GELB 

Berta 



ROBERT A. GETCHELL 

Getch 




MARTIN GLAZER 

Marty 



JACK GOLDSTEIN 

Jack 



EILEEN GOLDMAN 

Eileen 




MYRON GOODMAN 

Mike 



Gelb, Roberta (College) 

Girls Basketball 2; Oracle Business Staff 4; Dra- 
matics Club 2; Chorus 4; Folk Music Club 4. 

Getchell, Robert A. (College) 

Track 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Chorus 
3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4. 

Glazer, Martin (College) 

Goldman, Eileen (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Dramatics Club 2; Junior Dance Decorating Com- 
mittee 3. 

Goldstein, Jack (College) 

Goodman, Myron (College) 
Dance Band 4. 



A fast- 




CHARLES GREEN 

Chacky 



JOEL GREEN 

Joel 



STEVEN GREEN 

Steve 




DAVID GROSSMAN 

Duh 



SANDRA GROSSMAN 

Sandi 



Green, Charles (College) 

Basketball 2,3,4; Letterman in Basketball 3,4; Base- 
ball 2,3,4; Letterman in Baseball 3,4; Letterman in 
Track 2. 

Green, Joel (College) 
Baseball 2. 

Green, Steven (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 

Literary Staff 4; Band 2,3,4; Chorus 4. 

drillo, Josephine (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Delegate of Future 
Teachers Club 4; National Honor Society 3,4; His- 
tory Club 3,4; Secretary of History Club 4; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Academic 
Achievement Award Winner 3,4; Junior Classical 
League 3,4. 

drossman, David (College) 

Track 3; Letterman in Tennis 3,4; Blue and White 

Banner Literary Staff 3,4; History Club 3,4; Chorus 

2,3; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2. 

(■ro^man, Sandra (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4;Blue and White Banner 

Business Staff 3; Dramatics Club 2. 



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pacedyear 



Gurney, Milton (College) 
Baseball 4. 

Hackett, Donna (Business) 

Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Office Girl 4. 

Hall, Kenneth (College) 

Hart, Paul R. (Business) 

Hawes, Sandra (Business) 

Hayes, Jeanne (Business) 





MILTON GURNEY 

Milty 



KENNETH HALL 

Keney 



DONNA HACKETT 

Donna 




PAUL R. HART 

Paul 




SANDRA HAWES 

Sandy 



Harvey Finkel and Edward Cohen search for the right 
college. 



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ELIZABETH HEGER 

Beth 



ARTHUR HENDRICKSON 

Butch 




HOWARD HERSHOFF 

Howie 



JANET HUNTER 

Jan 





ROBERT HUNTER 

Bob 



LINDA HUNTINGTON 

Lyn 



Jean Turnei writes while Debbie Sullivan searches for an 
idea in Basic Composition. 



As juniors we 



Heger, Elizabeth (Business) 
Drill Team 3,4. 

Hendrickson, Arthur (College) 

Basketball 2,3,4; Letterman in Basketball 3,4; Base- 
ball 2. 

Hershoff, Howard (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Photographer for Oracle 
Literary Staff 4; Oceanography Club 2; Band 2,3,4; 
Chorus 4; Southeastern District Music Festival 4. 

Hunter, Janet (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; History Club 3,4; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Junior 
Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Hunter, Robert (College) 

Letterman in Spring Track 2,3,4; Letterman in 
Winter Track 2,3,4; Letterman in Cross Country 
Track 2,3,4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 
3; Art Career Club 4. 

Huntington, Linda (Business) 
Band 2; Chorus 3. 













SO 



were secure 




CHERYL HURVITZ 

Che 



KATHLEEN HUTCHINSON 

Hutch 




MARILYN HUTCHINSON 

Mai 



LINDA HYLEN 

Lyn 




1 









MARK INDECH 

Inch 



BARBARA JABLONSKI 

Barb 



Hurvitz, Cheryl (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Blue and White Banner Business Staff 2,3,4; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Future 
Teachers Club 2; Dramatics Club 2,3,4. 

Hutchinson, Kathleen (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Winner 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

Hutchinson, Marilyn (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2; 

Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Hylen, Linda (General) 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; Chorus 
2,3,4; Cheerleader 2. 

Indech, Mark (College) 
Track 2,3,4; History Club 2,3. 

Jablonski, Barbara (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; 
Dramatics Club 3,4. 



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At last we \\ 





THOMAS JALKUT 

Tom 



ROBERT JAYES 

Bob 



AUDREY JONES 

Aud 



HELEN V. JONES 

Jonesy 




ALAN KAPLAN 

Kap 



JOHN KEELEY 

Kiwi 



Jalkut, Thomas (College) 

Student Council 2,3,4; Treasurer of Student Council 
2; National Honor Society 3,4; President of National 
Honor Society 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Boys State 
3; Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Circulation Editor of 
Oracle 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 
4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Winner 3. 

Jayes, Robert (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring 
Track 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 
Track 2,3,4. 

Jones, Audrey (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 
3,4; Blue and White Banner Business Staff 2,3,4; 
Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3; Future 
Teachers Club 2; Dramatics Club 2,3; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Junior Dance Dec- 
orating Committee 3. 

Jones, Helen V. (College) 

Future Teachers Club 2,4; Dramatics Club 4; His- 
tory Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Chorus 4; Art Career Club 
3,4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3. 
Kaplan, Alan (College) 

Tennis 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; History Club 2,3,4. 
Keeley, John (College) 
Dramatics Club 4; History Club 3. 




took the final step 



Kelleher, Joseph (College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Music 
Editor of Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 4; 
Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Vice President of Fu- 
ture Teachers Club 3; President of Future Teachers 
Club 4; Band 3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Dance Band 4. 

Kennedy, Gail (Business) 

Future Homemakers Club 4; Office Girl 4. 

Kibbee, Evelyn Marie (Business) 

Kiley, Kathleen (Business) 

Student Council 2,3,4; President of Student Council 
4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Homemakers of 
America 2,3; Senior Board of Directors 4; Student 
Council Service Club 3,4; Drill Team 4; Junior Dance 
Decorating Committee 3. 

Kline, Linda (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; History Club 4; Chorus 2; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 3. 

Kohn, Ellen F. (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 

Future Teachers Club 2; Dramatics Club 2,3,4. 




JOSEPH KELLEHER 

Joe 



GAIL KENNEDY 

Gail 



I 





EVELYN MARIE KIBBEE 

Ev 



KATHLEEN KILEY 

Kathi 




f 



J 




LINDA KLINE 

Lin 



ELLEN F. KOHN 

El 



Our marine-life authority, Mr. Kevin O'Brien, explains the 
dog-fish dissection to an attentive Physiology class. 



63 




JEFFREY KRAMER 

Jeff 



THOMAS KRECKLER 

Kreck 





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KATHLEEN KYER 

Kathy 



LORRIE KRAMER 

Lorrie 




STEPHEN KUNZ 

Steve 




MARLENE LANDA 

Lene 



1 



Seniors, 



Kramer, Jeffrey (Business) 

Kramer, Lorrie (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 2; Office Girl 4. 

Kreckler, Thomas (College) 
Track 4; Oracle Business Staff 4. 

Kunz, Stephen (College) 

Kyer, Kathleen (Business) 

Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Future Homemakers Club 2; 
Chorus 3,4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 
2; Office Girl 4. 

Landa, Marlene (College) 



"Aw, c'mon, Mr. Powderly, I was only late," pleads Jimmy 
Drury. 




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the leaders ofRHS 









DENNIS LAVALLE 

Dennis 



NANCY LAWSON 

Nancy 





VP 




PATRICIA LEARY 

Patti 



KAREN LEE 

Karen 




JAMES LEIGHTON 


ROBERT LEIGHTON 


Jim 


Bob 


Lavalle, Dennis (General) 




Lawson, Nancy (Business) 





Leary, Patricia (Business) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Library Staff 3; Drill Team 3,4; 
Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3. 

Lee, Karen (Business) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 3; Drill Team 3,4; Lieutenant of 
Drill Team 4; Pep Squad 2; Powder Puff Football 4. 

Leighton, James (College) 

Leighton, Robert (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3,4. 



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Spirit always 



ARTHUR LEVINE 

Art 



JASON LEW 

"The Fox" 



SUSAN LICHENSTEIN 
Lich 



MARY LINFIELD 

Mary 



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■*^*\ 



ALAN LOCKE 

Pad 



LINDA LOGAN 

Linda 



Levine, Arthur (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 
3,4; co-Editor-in-Chief of Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 2,3,4; Boys State Nominee 3; 
Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Chair- 
man National Honor Society Advisory Board 4. 

Lew, Jason (College) 

Tennis 4; Blue and White Banner Business Staff 2; 
Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 3,4; Band 
2,3,4; Chorus 4; Dance Band 4; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Nominee 2. 
Lichenstein, Susan (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Homeroom Editor of Oracle Literary Staff 4; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 4; Dramatic Club 
4; Chorus 2; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 
2,3; Pep Squad 2,3; History Club 2; Junior Dance 
Decorating Committee 3. 
Linfield, Mary (College) 

Future Teachers Club 2; Band 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

Locke, Alan (College) 

Blue and White Banner Business Staff 4; Blue and 

White Banner Literary Staff 4; History Club 3,4; 

Oceanography Club 2; Photography Club 4; Biology 

Club 2. 

Logan, Linda (Business) 

Drill Team 4. 



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on our minds 



Lowe, Maureen (Business) 

Lyken, Denise M. (College) 

Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; Pep Squad 2,3; Oracle 
Business Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3; Color Guard 4; 
Chorus 4. 

MacDonald, Peter (College) 
Football 2,3. 

Mace, Patrick (General) 
Baseball 2. 

MacGillivary, Donna (Business) 

Secretary of the Oceanography Club 3,4; Ocean- 
ography Club 3,4; Academic Achievement Award 
Winner 2,3; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 
2,3; Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 3,4; Li- 
brary Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4. 

MacNeill, Karen (College) 

Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 
4; Dramatics Club 2. 





MAUREEN LOWE 

Moe 



DENISE M. LYKEN 

Nisee 




PETER MacDONALD 

Mac 




PATRICK MACE 

Pat 













DONNA MacGILLIVARY 

Dot 



KAREN MacNEILL 

Karen 



K. Connaughton and R. Jayes work on a Biology experiment. 



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Seldom a 



SUSAN MACY 
Sue 



BEATRICE MAHER 

Bebe 




Macy, Susan (Business) 

Maher, Beatrice (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Chorus 
2,3,4; Girls' Basketball Team 3,4; Girls' Track 
Team 3. 

Mahoney, Kathleen A. (Business) 
Chorus 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Future Homemak- 
ers of America 2; Dramatics Club 2,3. 

Maki, Joel (General) 

Malfa, Katherine (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Presi- 
dent of Junior Classical League 3; Junior Classical 
League 3; Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White 
Banner Business Staff 4; Future Teacher's Club 
2,3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Chorus 4. 

Maloof, Susan (College) 

Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; History Club 4; Santa's 

Dream and Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. 



KATHLEEN A. MAHONEY 

Karthy 



JOEL MAKI 

Joel 





KATHERINE MALFA 

Kathy 



SUSAN MALOOF 

Sue 



Steven Gass puts the pressure sales technique to work on 
Charlie Murphy in the N.H.S. bookstore. 




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spare moment 




KENNETH MANSON 

Ken 



JOHN MARKHAM 

Jack 




BARBARA MAROTTA 

Berb 



ROBERT MARZINZIK 

Buster 




DAVID MASELLIS 

Dave 



CLAIRE MASTRANGELO 

Claire 



Manson, Kenneth (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3. 

Markham, John (College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Oceanography 2,3,4; 
Art Career Club 3,4; Track 4. 

Marotta, Barbara (Business) 

Marzinzik, Robert (College) 

Football Letterman 2,3,4; Baseball Letterman 2; 

Basketball Letterman 2,3,4; Track Letterman 3,4. 

Masellis, David (General) 
Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2. 

Mastrangelo, Claire (College) 

Drill Team 4; Chorus 3,4; Future Homemakers of 

America 4. 



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A ctivities made 




MARILYN MAXWELL 
Mai 



MICHAEL MAY 

Mike 



KEVIN MAYNARD 

Eye 



EDWIN McAULEY 

Gene 



NICHOLAS McCANN 

Nick 




Maxwell, Marilyn (College) 

Senior Board of Directors 4; Future Homemakers 
of America 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 2,3.4; Drill 
Team 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4. 

May, Michael (College) 

Maynard, Kevin (College) 
Football 2; Track 2. 

McAuley. Edwin (General) 

Dramatics Club 4; Library Staff 2,3,4; Art Career 
Club 2,3,4; Oceanography Club 3,4; Blue and White 
Banner Literary Staff 4. 

McCann, Nicholas (Business) 
Baseball 4. 

NIi ( ann, Pauline (College) 

Drill Team 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Santa's 
Dream Decorating Committee 4; Chorus 4; Future 
Homemakers of America 2,3,4. 



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the year fly 



McCarthy, Diane (Business) 

Future Homemakers of America 2.3; Oracle Business 
Staff 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 

McCoy, Dianne < College I 

Treasurer of Future Teacher's Club 4; Future Teach- 
er's Club 2,3.4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Dramatics 
Club 3,4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3. 

McCurdy, Anne Marie (Business) 
Office Girl 4. 

McDonald, Michael (College) 
Baseball 4; Track 4. 

McGrath, Edward (College) 

Football 2,3; Baseball 3; SUPIO 3; Band 2,3. 

McGrath, Robert (College) 
Football Manager 4. 




diane McCarthy 

Dee 



DIANNE McCOY 

Dianne 









( 







ANNE MARIE McCURDY 

Anne 



michael Mcdonald 

Mike 






EDWARD McGRATH 

War do 



ROBERT McGRATH 

Slugger 



Miss Marion Diemond explains the procedure for using in- 
ter-changeable type to an interested senior business class. 



71 



Many exciting 







PAUL McINTYRE 

Apple 



MERLE McKIERNAN 

Merle 




I 



Mclntvre. Paul (College) 
Photography Club 2; SUPIO 3. 

McKiernan, Merle (Business) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Dramatics Club 
3,4; Future Homemakers of America 3. 

McLaughlin, Stephen (College) 
Track 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3. 

McNamara, Matthew J. (College) 
Vice President of Oceanography Club 4; Oceanogra- 
phy Club 2,3,4; Vice President of Dramatics Club 4; 
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Vice President of History Club 
4; History Club 2,3,4; Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; 
Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Boy's 
State Nominee 3; Band 2,3,4. 

McNiff, Linda (College) 

Future Homemakers of America 3; Tennis 2; Soft- 
ball. 

McPartland, Diane (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Academic 

Achievement Award Nominee 3. 



,f- 





STEPHEN McLAUGHLIN MATTHEW. J. Md*AMARAT 

Steve fy.fv}' \)lkatV ^ ^ 




LINDA McNIFF 

Linda 



IANE McPARTLAND 

Dyanne 



Lorrie Kramer and Margie Ross diagram the dogfish anat- 
omy in preparation for a dissection. 




72 



athletic contests 




MARY McSOLLA 

Mary 



WILLIAM MELLON 

Bill 




THOMAS MERRIGAN 
Tom 



CHRISTINE MICCICHE 

Christine 




ARTHUR MORTON 

Buddy 



McSolla, Mary (College) 

Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; Academic Achievement 

Award Nominee 3. 

Mellon, William (Business) 
Track 2,3,4; Football 4. 

Merrigan, Thomas (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; SUPIO 
3,4; Oceanography Club 4; Track 4. 

Micciche, Christine (College) 

Cheerleader 2,3,4; Junior Prom Decorating Commit- 
tee 3; Student Council 2,3; Student Council Service 
Club 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Powder Puff 
Football 2; History Club 4; Future Homemakers of 
America 4; Blue and White Banner Business Staff 
4; Blue and White Literary Staff 4. 

Miller, Delphi (General) 

Morton, Arthur (College) 

Dramatics Club 3,4; Future Teachers Club 2,3; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 4; Oceanographv 
Club 3; Chorus 3. 



73 



y 



Anxiously 







EDWARD MULCAHY 

Ed 



CHARLES MURPHY 

Jinx 





JAMES XAPOLITANO 

Jim 



PAULA NEILSON 

Paula 



Mulcahy, Edward (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3; Future Teach- 
er's Club 2. 

Murphy, Charles (College) 

Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Baseball 2,3; Bas- 
ketball 2,3,4. 

Murray, Kevin i College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 3; Academic 

Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Dramatics Club 4. 

Nadelman, Susan (Business) 

Chorus 2,3,4; Student Council Service Club 3,4; Fu- 
ture Nurses Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

Napulitano, James (Business) 

.Wilson, Paula (Business) 
Chorus 3,4; Pep Squad 2. 



KEVIN MURRAY 

Kev 



SUSAN NADELMAN 

Sue 




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awaited vacations 



Nelson, Alan (College) 

Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 3,4; Baseball 
3; Golf 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; History Club 4. 
Noblin, Marion (College) 

Picture Editor of Oracle 4; Under-Class Editor of 
Oracle 3; Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Oracle Liter- 
ary Staff 3,4; Student Council Service Club 3,4; 
Band 2,3,4; Band Secretary 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

Xussbaum, Steven (College) 

Captain of Tennis Team 4; Tennis Letterman 3; 
Tennis 2,3,4; Academic Achievement Award Nomi- 
nee 2; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; 
Oceanography Club 2. 

O'Connor, Paula (Business) 

Cheerleader 4; Pep Squad 2; Drill Team 3; Oracle 
Business Staff 4; Junior Prom Decorating Commit- 
tee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Girl's Track 4. 
O'Donnell, Edward (Business) 

O'Gorman, Mary (Business) 

Captain of Cheerleaders 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Miss Football Queen 4; Citizen of 
Month 4; Captain of Pep Squad 4; Secretary of Art 
Career Club 3,4; Student Council Service Board 
2,3,4; Senior Board of Directors 4; Student Council 
Advisory Board 4. 





?$$$><* 






r\ 






ALAN NELSON 

Nellie 




I 

ION NOBL 

Masie 




STEVEN NUSSBAUM 

Steve 



PAULA O'CONNOR 

Paula 




EDWARD O'DONNELL 

Eddie 



MARY O'GORMAN 

MOG 



President Larry Willis finishes his English assignment in 
homeroom. 



75 






Proud of 




O'Leary. Patricia (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Homemakers of 
America 3. 

Olive, Edmund (College) 

Band 2.3.4; Dance Band 2.3.4; Track 2. 



Olsen, Charles (General) 

Oser. Donella (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 2; 
Homemakers of America 2,3; Office Girl 2. 

Parker, George (Business) 



Future 



PATRICIA O'LEARY 

Pat 



EDMUND OLIVE 

Oliver 



Parkin, Myrna (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Blue and 
White Banner Business Staff 4; Oracle Business 
Staff 4; Dramatics Club 2. 




CHARLES OLSEN 

Charlie 



DONELLA OSER 

Nell 




GEORGE PARKER 
George 



MYRNA PARKIN 

Myrna 




Pauline McCann and Susan Lichenstein patiently await a 
helping hand. 






76 



lasting traditions 





SHARON PATTERSON 

Cher 



BEVERLY PENNEY 

Bev 



IECK 







MARY LINDA PERULLO 

Linda P. 



ANN PETITPAS 

Ann 




RONALD PHELAN 

Ron 



RICHARD POCIUS 

Rich 



Patterson, Sharon (General) 

Powder Puff Football 4; Santa's Dream Decorating 

Committee 4. 

Penney, Beverly (General) 
Dramatic Club 2; Chorus 2,3,4. 

Perullo, Mary Linda (College) 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 
Business Staff 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Academic 
Achievement Nominee 2,3; Junior Classical League 
3,4; Future Teacher's Club 3,4; Library Staff 3. 

Petitpas, Ann (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Winner 2; Santa's Dream 
Decorating Committee 2,3; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 3; Office Girl 2,3. 

Phelan, Ronald (College) 

Pocius, Richard (College) 

Photography Club 3; Library Staff 3,4; Track 4. 



77 



Welcomed many 










THOMAS POWERS 

Tom 



WILLIAM PRINCE 

Bill 



LYNDA M. PRIOLA 

Lynda 



JOSEPH PULEO 

Joe 



t r 




MICHAEL QUASHA 

Mike 



FRANK QUIMBY 

Frank 



Powers, Thomas (Business) 

Prince, William (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Winner 3. 

Priola, Lynda M. (Business) 

Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Chorus 3; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Future Teacher's Club 2. 

Puleo, Joseph (Business) 
History Club 2. 

Quasha, Michael (College) 
Track Letterman 2,4; Chorus 4. 

Quimby, Frank (General) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Academic 

Achievement Award Nominee 2. 




78 



new ideas 



Ramoska, John (General) 

Ricci, Marianne (College) 

President of History Club 4; History Club 3,4; Aca- 
demic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Prom Dec- 
orating Committee 3; Junior Classical League 3,4; 
Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; Oracle Business Staff 
3; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Oceanography Club 3. 

Riddle, Janet (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Dramatics 
Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; Future Home- 
maker of America 2. 

Rizzo, Ronald (College) 

Robson, Fred (Business) 
Track Letterman 2. 

Roche, Mary Ellen (Business) 




JOHN RAMOSKA 

John 



MARIANNE RICCI 

Marianne 





JANET RIDDLE 

Janet 



RONALD RIZZO 

Ron 




FRED ROBSON 

Fred 



MARY ELLEN ROCHE 

Mary-Ellen 



Mr. Richard Power explains the significance of a Shake- 
spearian soliloquy to his senior English class. 



79 







NANCY ROGERS 

Nancy 



ELIABETH ROMA 

Betty 




ROBERT ROMANO 

Bob 



CAROL ROSA 

Carol 




ROBERT ROSA 

Bob 



MARIANNE ROSENBERG 

Marianne 



Larry Willis and Tom Jalkut discuss a recent Student Coun- 
cil decision. 



Our goal 



Rogers, Nancy (College) 

Future Nurses Club 3,4; Junior Classical League 
3,4. 

Roma, Elizabeth (General) 
Girl's Basketball 4. 

Romano, Robert (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Baseball 
2; Track 4. 

Rosa, Carol (College) 

Historian of Future Teacher's Club 3; Vice Presi- 
dent of Future Teacher's Club 4; Future Teacher's 
Club 2,3,4; Senior Board of Directors 4; Oracle Busi- 
ness 4; Chorus 3. 

Rosa, Robert (College) 

Rosenberg, Marianne (College) 

Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Ora- 
cle Business Staff 4. 



80 




is near 




MARJORIE ROSS 

Margie 



KAREN ROSSMAN 

Kari 




CHERYL J. ROTHMAN 

Cher 



BARRY ROTTENBERG 

Barry 




TIMOTHY J. RYAN 

The Bigot 



KENNETH SALINS 

Ken 



Ross, Marjorie (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Oracle 
Business Staff 3,4; Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; 
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Office Girl 3,4. 

Rossman, Karen (College) 

Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle Literarv 
Staff 4. 

Rothman, Cheryl (College) 

Future Teacher's Club 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 
4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 3; Blue and White Banner Business 
Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4. 



4; Photography 
Award Nominee 



Rottenberg, Barry (College) 
President of Photography Club 
Club 3,4; Academic Achievement 
3; Oceanography 3,4. 

Ryan, Timothy J. (College) 
Dramatics Club 2,4; Track 4. 

Salins, Kenneth (College) 

Art Editor of Blue and White Banner 3; Blue and 
White Banner Literary Staff 2,3; Art Career Club 
3; Track 4; Academic Achievement Award Winner 
2; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3. 



81 



Now we look to 








DONALD SANDLER 
Don 



EVE SANDLER 

Eva 



JUDITH A. SANDLER 

Judy 



MARJORIE SAROFEEN 

Margie 





WILLIAM SCHEPIS 
Bill 



KATHLEEN SCHULZE 

Schultzie 



Sandler, Donald (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Track 
Letterman 2,3.4; Future Teacher's Club 2; Business 
Staff of Oracle 4; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 3. 

Sandler, Eve (Business) 

Office Girl 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Santa's 
Dream Decorating Committee 4; Chorus 2; Pep 
Squad 2. 

Sandler, Judith A. (College) 

Circulation Editor of Oracle 4; Oracle Business 
Staff 2,3,4; Manager of Cross Country Track 2,3,4; 
Cheerleader 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 2,4; Dra- 
matic Club 2,4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 
3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4. 

Sarofeen, Marjorie (Business) 

Drill Team 3; Twirlers 4; Powder Puff Football 4; 
Oracle Business Staff 4; Student Council Service 
Club 3,4. 

Schepis, William (General) 

xhulze, Kathleen (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Office Girl 
2,3,4; Twirlers 3,4. 




The serene corridor awaits 



82 



our future careers 



Serriello, Kathleen (Business) 

Office Girl 2,3,4; Chorus 2. 

Serwo, Stephen E. (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Cross 

Country Track Letterman 2,3,4; Spring Track Let- 

terman 2,3,4; Winter Track Letterman 2,3,4; Oracle 

Business Staff 4; History Club 4. 

Shack, Philip (College) 

Business Manager Of Oracle 4; Oracle Business 
Staff 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 
4; Band 2,3,4; Academic Achievement Award Nom- 
inee 2,3; Track 2,4; Golf 3; Dramatics Club 3,4. 

Shea, James (General) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3. 
Shroupsky, Walter (College) 
Shuman, Gail R. (College) 

Senior Editor of Oracle 4; Oracle Literary Staff 4; 
Oracle Business Staff 4; Future Teacher's Club 
2,3,4; Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2; 
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Blue and White Banner Busi- 
ness Staff 3,4. 




KATHLEEN SERRIELLO 

Kathy 



STEPHEN E. SERWO 

Steve 





PHILIP SHACK 

Phil 



JAMES SHEA 

Jim 




WALTER SHROUPSKY 

Walt 



GAIL R. SHUMAN 
Gail 



another active day at RHS. 



83 










CAROL SIEGAL 

Munchkin 



LOIS SILVER 
Lo 




4 



u 



'/ 



BARBARA SLOTNICK 

Barb 



EILEEN SMITH 

Eileen 




FRANCIS SMITH 

Frank 



FREDERIC SMITH 

Fred 



College waits 



Siegal, Carol (Business) 
Chorus 2,3,4; Literary Staff 2,3. 

Silver, Lois R. (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Blue and 
White Banner Business Staff 3,4; Dramatics Club 
3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Student Council Ser- 
vice Club 4; Chorus 2,3; Office Girl 2,3,4. 

Slotnick, Barbara (College) 

Editor-in-Chief of Blue and White Banner 4; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Oracle Busi- 
ness Staff 3,4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; 
Girl's State 3; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 3; Chorus 2. 

Smith, Eileen (Business) 

Smith, Francis (Business) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Oracle 
Business Staff 4. 

Smith, Frederic (General) 

Library Staff 2,3,4; Photography Club 3. 



Marilyn DeFelice and Eve Sandler Wait for work in the 
office. 




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for some 




t 




KATHLEEN SMITH 

Katie 



MARIE SNOW 

Sunshine 



BARRY SPELLMAN 

Barry 



PAUL SPIRO 

Bimbo 






MARION STAPLES 

Snips 



DIANE ST. GERMAINE 

Diane 



w. 




Smith, Kathleen (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Chorus 
2,3,4; Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 2; Fu- 
ture Teacher's Club 3,4; History Club 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Dec- 
orating Committee 4. 

Snow, Marie (Business) 

Future Homemakers of America 4. 

Spellman, Barry (College) 

Track Letterman 4; Track 3; Baseball Letterman 

4; Baseball 2. 

Spiro, Paul (College) 

Co-Captain of Football Team 4; Football Letterman 
2,3; Baseball Letterman 2,3,4; Senior Board of Di- 
rectors 4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; Sup- 
ply Room 3,4. 

Staples, Marion (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2; Junior Prom Dec- 
orating Committee 3; Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4; 
History Club 4. 

St. Germaine, Diane (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Winner 3; Santa's Dream Dec- 
orating Committee 4; Honor Roll 2. 



85 



Businesses 






■ 




m 





ROBERT STEVENSON 

Nana 



WILLIAM STEWART 

Bill 



DANIEL SULLIVAN 

Daisy 



DEBORAH SULLIVAN 

Debbie 




1 


























^Bkfai 











PATRICIA SULLIVAN 

Pat 



MICHAEL SWANWICK 

Micky 



Stevenson, Robert (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Football 

2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4. 

Stewart, William (College) 

Track Letterman 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Ocean- 
ography Club 2; History Club 2,3; Football Letter- 
man 2; Basketball Letterman 2; Golf Letterman 2,3. 

Sullivan, Daniel (General) 

Football Letterman 2,3,4; Baseball Letterman 2,3,4; 

Supply Room 2,3,4. 

Sullivan, Deborah (College) 

Historian of Dramatics Club 4; Dramatics Club 
2,3,4; Secretary of Music Department 2,3,4; Band 
2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Drill Team 4; Blue and White 
Banner Business Staff 2,3,4; Blue and White Ban- 
ner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4. 

Sullivan, Patricia (College) 

Business Manager of Blue and White Banner 4; Blue 
and White Banner Kusiness Staff 2,3,4; Blue and 
White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Junior Dance 
Decorating Committee '■'>. 

Swanwiek, Michael (College) 
Oceanography Club 4. 




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await others 



Swartz, Beverly R. (College) 

Blue and White Banner Photographer 3,4; Blue and 
White Banner Business Staff 3,4; Dramatic Club 
2,3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Oracle Literary 
Staff 4; Future Teacher's Club 2,3,4. 

Symkus, Edward (College) 

Blue and White Banner Photography 3,4; Blue and 
White Banner Literary Staff 3,4; Photographer of 
Oracle 4; Oracle Literary Staff 3,4; Band 2,3,4; 
Dance Band 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2. 

Szymczuk, Gary (College) 
Baseball 3; Track 2. 

Tardiff, Richard (College) 

Football Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Baseball 
2; Track Letterman 3,4. 

Tempesta, James (Business) 

Football Letterman 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3,4. 

Tishler, Gary (Business) 






BEVERLY R. SWARTZ 

Bev 



' ** . 



EDWARD SYMKUS 

Ed 




GARY SZYMCZUK 

Sawchuck 



RICHARD TARDIFF 

Rick 




JAMES TEMPESTA 

Jimmy T. 



GARY TISHLER 

Gary 



Charlie Murphy decides that its time for Bobby Wentzell's 
haircut. 



87 




WILLIAM TRABULSIE 

Bill 



MICHAEL TRAVERSE 

Mike 





FRANCES TROLAND 
Fran 



LOLITA TUCKER 

Lola 







JEAN TURNER 

Jeanie 



MARY VOGEL 

Mary 



The senior girls watch the next tense play during the 
Powder Puff football game. 



Knowledge being 



Trabulsie, William (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3. 

Traverse, Michael (College) 

Troland, Frances (Business) 

President of Art Career Club 3,4; Art Career Club 

3,4; Library Staff 2,3,4; Oceanography Club 3. 

Tucker, Lolita (College) 

Captain of Drill Team 4; Drill Team 3,4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Future Homemak- 
ers of America Treasurer 4; Blue and White Ban- 
ner Literary Staff 4; Student Council Advisory 
Board 4. 

Turner, Jean (College) 

Literary Editor of Oracle 4; Academic Achievement 
Award Winner 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Oracle Literarv 
Staff 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Girl's State 
Nominee 3; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; 
Powder Puff Football 4; Chorus 3; Future Teach- 
er's Club 2. 

Vogel, Mary (Business ) 

Student Council 2,3,4; Vice President of Student 
Council 3; Secretary of Student Council 2,4; Stu- 
dent Council Service Club 2,3,4; Girl's State Nom- 
inee 3; Senior Board of Directors 4; Future Home- 
makers of America 2,3; Academic Achievement 
Award Winner 3; Drill Team 3,4; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Nominee 3. 







88 



put to use 




ROBERT WADON 

Wig 



CATHERINE WALLACE 

Cathy 




NANCY WALTERS 

Nancy 



MARGARET WARREN 

Margie 




WENDY WARREN 

Wendy 



LAURA WATERMAN 

Lore 



Wadon, Robert (General) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 2; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2,3. 

Wallace, Catherine (Business) 

Future Homemakers of America 3; Chorus 4. 

Walters, Nancy (Business) 

Chorus 3; Future Homemakers of America 4. 

Warren, Margaret (College) 

Chorus 2,3,4; Band 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 2,3,4; Junior Dance 
Decorating Committee 3; Future Teacher's Club 2,3, 
4; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4. 

Warren, Wendy (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2; Treasurer 
of History Club 4; History Club 3,4; Dramatic Club 
2,3; Oracle Business Staff 2. 

Waterman, Laura (College) 

Vice President of History Club 3; History Club 
2,3,4; Academic Achievement Award Winner 2; Fu- 
ture Homemakers of America 2,3; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Girl's Basketball 
2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Oceanography Club 
2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4. 



89 



Sadly leaving 



k 








JOANNE WEBBER 

Joanne 



PAULA WEBBER 

Paula 



CHARLES WEHNER 

Charlie 



LINDA WELCH 

Linda 




ROBERT WENTZELL 

Tea Bag 



LYNNE WIDROW 

Woody 



Webber, Joanne (Business) 

Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Santa's 
Dream Decorating Committee 3,4; Future Home- 
maker of America 2. 

Webber, Paula (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3; Office Girl 2; 
Chorus 2,3,4. 

Wehner, Charles (General) 
Track 2; Baseball 4. 

Welch, Linda (College) 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Future 
Teacher's Club 2,3,4; Junior Classical League 3,4; 
Oracle Business Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3; History 
Club 4. 

Wentzell, Robert (College) 

Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Santa's 
Dream Decorating Committee 4; Band 2,4; Dance 
Band 2; Pep Squad 2. 

Widrow, Lynn (Business; 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2,3; Blue 
and White Banner Literary Staff 3,4; Oracle Busi- 
ness 4; Chorus 3,4; Powder Puff Football 4. 




90 



old friends behind 



Wigley, Arlene (Business) 

Wiley, Elaine (General) 

Chorus 2.3.4; Future Homemakers of America 2,3; 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Office Girl 4; Junior Dance 

Santa's Dream Decorating Committee. 

Santa Dream Decorating Committee 4. 

Wiley, Patricia (Business) 
Chorus 2,3. 

Willis, Lawrence (College) 

Class President 4; Senior Board of Directors 4; Stu- 
dent Council Advisory Board 4; Band 2,3,4; Dance 
Band 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Track 4. 

Wise, Paul M. (Business) 

Wortzman, Jay A. (College) 




ARLENE WIGLEY 

Arlene 



ELAINE WILEY 

Laine 









PATRICIA WILEY 

Pat 



LAWRENCE WILLIS 

The Kid 






PAUL M. WISE 

Paul 



JAY A. WORTZMAN 

Jay 



Ed Cohen points out the fine points of chemistry to Linda 
Kline, Mary McSolla, Gail Shuman, and Mary O'Gorman. 



91 



We leave to meet the future 




BARBARA WUSTENY 

Barb 



MONA YAFFE 

Mona 



JOANNE YARAS 
Jo 



CAROL YOUNG 

Carol 




CALVIN ZACCARDI 

Zorba 



Miss Delaney points out possible improvements in Jimmy 
Foley's composition. 



W'usteny, Barbara (Business) 

Future Homemakers of America 2,3; Powder Puff 
Football 4; Office Girl 4; Santa's Dream Decora- 
ting Committee 4. 

Yaffe, Mona (Business) 
Chorus 4. 

Yaras, Joanne (Business) 

Student Council Service Club 3,4; Future Nurses 
Club 4. 

Young, Carol (College) 

Future Homemakers of America 2,3; Future 
N'urses 3. r 

Young, George (College) 
Basketball 2. 

Zaccardi, Calvin (College) 

-: President 2,3; Boy's State Nominee 3; Foot- 
ball 2,3,4; Student Council Advisory Board 2,3; 
Track 2. 




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In Memoriam 




/ 



V 



Paul J. Baker 



The graduating class 

ofl968 

pause to remember 

their classmate 

andfriend, 

Paul J. Baker 



93 



Annette De Mascio 

Co-Editor-in-Chief 
of the Oracle. 




Arthur Levine 

Co-Editor-in-Chief 
of the Oracle. 



Larry Willis 

President of 
the Senior Class. 




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Marion Noblin and Mark Indech 



Best Dressed 
Richard Tardiff and Linda Lo^an 



Mr. R. H. S. 

Frank Brack 




Miss R. H. S. 

Marv O'Gorman 




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Wendi Coburn and Robert Marzinzik 



Most Athletic 

Annette DeMascio and Steve Gass 



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Jason Lew and Susan Forti 



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Christine Micciche and 
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David Berg and Sharon Patterson 



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OFFICERS 

Norman Wells, President; Marilyn Broderick, Secretary; Janet 
Meaney, Treasurer; Cathy O'Gorman, Vice-President. 



ROOM 156 
Bottom Row: L. Wandalier, D. 
Senato, C. Hartley, P. Watson, L. 
Drummey, D. Salamone. Middle 
Row: D. Taylor, A. Maynard, J. 
Lavin, F. Phillips, H. Perrault, B. 
Hogan, N. Hanlon, A. Rudzinski. 
Top Row: R. Sullivan, L. Larsen, 
M. Woolf, E. Geon, W. Van Tassel, 
G. Venditelli, C. Lawson, F. Col- 
son, P. Drinkwater. 




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ROOM 165 
Bottom Row: K. Berman, J. Berthelot, 
S. Betterman, C. Barkhouse, C. Brad- 
nese, L. Banusiewicz, N. Blotner. Mid- 
dle Row: J. Adams, L. Bengin, L. 
Bernstein, R. Band, K. Bartell, W. 
Beard, L. Block. Top Row: R. Bern- 
stein, P. Adams, R. Broberg, J. Arse- 
nault, J. Arsenault, S. Baird, D. 
Adams, R. Bernard, R. Baltimore, R. 
Andler. 




ROOM 167 



Bottom Row: M. Boothby, M. Brode- 
rick, M. Connelly, L. Cotter, C. Carroll, 
M. Cameron, L. Broussard, C. Codely, 
D. Christian, S. Colossi, A. Connelly. 
Middle Row: C. Butterfield, F. Cairns, 
N. Caron, R. Brenner, E. Bluestein, J. 
Boucher, D. Conrad, R. Cohen, M. 
Burley, P. Connelly. Top Row: J. Con- 
ley, P. Comrass, G. Cicchini, R. Braver- 
man, N. Clapp, S. Cochis, E. Chatfield, 
S. Corey, J. Callahan, H. Colcord. 







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ROOM 168 

Bottom Row: A. Cutting, S. Derby, B. 
Croteau, D. Delano, C. Dew, L. Cunliffe. 
Middle Row: J. Crasco, S. Daley, S. 
Daley. A. Bournstein, D. Curran, S. 
Donnelly. D. Cunningham. Top Row: R. 
Dacev. P. Drinkwater, B. Crowley, C. 
Douglas, S. Dodge, T. Crowley, E. 
Davis. D. DeCaprio. 




ROOM 169 

Bottom Row: J. Ericson, L. Fearer, L. 
Fernald, J. Ekman, J. Elliot, C. East- 
mond. Middle Row: R. Ernest, L. Far- 
rell, T. DuPont, K. Elliot, K. Finneran, 
E. Ferragarmo. Top Row: D. Dulong, 
D. Elliot, P. Fahey, J. Fahey, R. Fixler, 
L. Etcoff, A. Feldman. 










ROOM 170 

Bottom Row: J. Forti, M. Goldman, G. 
Scionti, K. Wood, L. Eicoff, P. Graham, 
R. Gettleman, R. Gorgone, E. Flynn, J. 
Fowler, K. Ford, N. Frederickson, W. 
Getchell, D. Grant. Middle Row: J. Gal- 
laway, B. Franklin, D. Hammond, R. 
Goodhue, R. Goldman, M. Fiumara, I 
Green, H. Fleischman, P. Gallant, J. 
Foster, B. Franke, M. Gallagher, J. 
Goldman. Top Row: D. Green, R. Gam- 
bino, M. Graham, R. Franklin, R. Gal- 
lagher, H. Goldman, P. Fahey, J. Foley, 
J. Gordon, A Gold, S George 




ROOM 201 

Bottom Row: D. Hazel, K. James, M. 
Iskra, E. Hanson, L. Laubenstein, E. 
Koltov, B. Ladny, G. Henrich. Middle 
Row: K. Jope, J. Howe, J. Harrington, 
P. Jenkins, J. Harrington, A. Keefe, N. 
Kelly, K. Landry. Top Row: R. Kizner, 
P. Katler, R. Newcomb, W. Hess, P. 
Jones, J. Lane, R. Hyman, K. Jones. 








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ROOM 202 

Bottom Row: J. Levine, L. Mann, J. 
Haifa, B. Mallard, D. Lucy, A. Leondar, 
X. Levine, H. March, E. Lindback. Mid- 
dle Row: C. Mather, P. Maguire, R. 
Levangie, W. Livingstone, D. Leite, D. 
Lesser. Top Row: R. Marsden, S. Mar- 
cus, K. Lord, D. Lipof, P. Martin, A. 
Maguire. 





ROOM 203 



Bottom Row: L. McDonald, J. McDon- 
ough, P. Moriarty, D. McFarland, L. 
Mekler, C. McCrath. Middle Row: R. 
McDonnell, J. Meaney, D. Milewski, M. 
McCarthy, J, Medeiros, R. McGantv. 
Top Row: P. McElroy, B. McGrury, D. 
McLaughlin, D. Elliot, J. McElroy, K. 
McGrath. 











ROOM 205 

Bottom Row: E. Penney, C. O'Gorman, 
S. Patterson, T. Nelson, L. Noyes, C. 
Pantano. Middle Row: B. Pearlstein, R. 
Pearlman, J. Murdock, J. O'Brien. Top 
Row: C. Oborsky, R. Murphy, J. Orgel, 
B. Ostroff, E. Murphy, K. O'Connor. 




ROOM 217 



Bottom Row: G. Scionti, D. Schultz, M. 
Prince, R. Rothman, E. Pulio, N. Shan- 
non, B. Runge, C. Saunders, J. Poor. 
Middle Row: A. Rent, E. Rodberg, S. 
Rattet, M. Pochay, J. Rosenberg, K. 
Rogers, L. Rachin, C. Ryan, M. Saccone, 
S. Seigel. Top Row: C. Salamone, S. 
Quinney, J. Robson, S. Rosenberg, P. 
Serena, P. Shulman, P. Quinnan, J. 
Plunket. 








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ROOM 218 

Bottom Row: C. Teed. M. Tucker, A. 
Stone. S. Seigel, M. Salon, S. Sweeney, 
J. Sullivan, E. Sullivan. Middle Row: K. 
Toomev, D. Tannasso, K. Torpev, A. 
Sullivan, R. Sneider, B. Steele, S. Szy- 
mczuk, J. Smith, J. Vaughn. Top Row: 
F. Tempesta, J. Singer. P. Stuart K. 
Steidei, F. Small, R. Sullivan, M. Vikre, 
D. Stone, S. Temple, R. Stove. 




Bottom Row: G. Caramaniza, S. Wie- 
key, E. Dichiara. A. Chaffee, E. Welch, 
J. Yundt, E. Weiss. Middle Row: A. 
Volovick, K. Wood, M. Wiley, R. Lev- 
ange, J. Volkin, E. Wall, J. Williams, 
J. Walters. Top Row: S. Wigfall, S. 
Weisberg, N. Wells, T. Yarde, R. Wit- 
cher, J. Wexler, H. Zax, J. Weinberg. 








THE JUNIORS 










Miss Nancy Boland 
Adviser to the 



Sophomore Class. 



THE SOPHOMORES 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

F. Campbell, President; K. Collins, Vice-President; D. Hayes, Secre- 
tary; J. Donovan, Treasurer. 







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ROOM 158 
Bottom Row: K. Burnelle, J. Mc- 
Nellis, S. Cohen, C. Fisher, C. 
Reynolds, D. Redmond, S. McCam- 
bley, N. Shepard, M. Rofelson, D. 
Miller, D. Somers, M. Fitzgerald. 
Middle Row: B. Hartley, J. Emery, 
M. Leavitt, S. Fahey, D. Hewer, 
S. Klane, S. Thistle, D. Churchill, 
C. MacNamara, N. Berg, K. Don- 
avan, W. Larson. Top Row: L. 
Ahern, B. Daley, E. Fravill, T. 
Sandler, J. Gallagher, J. Living- 
stone, J. Davidson, F. Daley, E. 
Coyne. 




ROOM 214 
Bottom Row: B. Apromollo, D. 
Blanchard, L. Brady, G. Abend, 
M. Agnew, C. Adams, S. Broberg. 
Middle Row: B. Bello, J. Beder, R. 
Baker, T. Angier, E. Bakerman, 
M. Arnold, M. Brolin. Top Row: 
S. Benson, M. Baldassarre, M. 
Berger, B. Azzariti, N. Anderson, 
J. Cassford, M. Arth, J. Adamski. 




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ROOM 216 

Bottom Row : B. Chernick, R. Cohen, 
D. Churchill. A. Butler, P. Canavan, 
G. Coburn, M. Cavanaugh. Middle 
Row: E. Carey. P. Caruso, A. 
Ceaerund, J. Chew, G. Carmusin, 
B. Clifford. J. Charles. Top Row: 
W. Clark, J. Campbell. P. Caines, 
R. Serato, W. Butte. 




ROOM 228 

Bottom Row: K. Collins, J. Dale, 
J. Cunha. S. Connolly, P. Colvin, K. 
Cullen. Middle Row: L. Courtney, 
N. Connors, P. Costa, E. Corcoran, 
S. McCann, J. Condlin, B. Cromp- 
ton. Top Row: G. Cook, J. Cunniff, 
W. Connolly, J. Condlin, S. Cuff, 
R. Dempsey, D. Comerford, J. Cum- 
mings. 











ROOM 232 

Bottom Row: S. DeCaprio, C. 
Doucette, S. Erickson, C. Edwards, 
D. Dunn, J. Donovan, M. Donahue, 
D. Derry. Middle Row: J. Doran, 
D. Davidson, J. Estella, E. Doyle, 
S. Duval, J. Dwyer, W. Dem, H. 
Dillon, R. Delano, L. DeCelle. Top 
Row: T. Doolan, D. DeMuzzio, R. 
Diaz, R. Davidson, R. Elliot, R. 
Dower, T. DeSisto, M. Dolan, E. 
Donovan, P. Dunlea. 




ROOM 233 



Bottom Row: B. Grace, D. Foot, L. 
Geberski, P. Gannon, L. Goldman, 
D. Fisher, S. Goldman, J. Francis, 
P. Feredette, J. Fava, L. Fond. 
Middle Row: B. Gerber, I. Good- 
man, M. Ferth, J. Geney, S. Feld- 
man, M. Gilmen, M. Georgio, D. 
Geraldi, K. Frederickson, N. Gog- 
gin, J. Foster. Top Row: F. Fallon, 
R. Geonge, C. Gardener, T. Mad- 
den, L. Gaffney, M. Geonge, R. 
Freedman, G. Goodwin, P. Garden- 
er. 





ROOM 235 

Bottom Row: D. Greene, L. Gray, 
J. Jablonski, K. Kourafas, M. 
Greenberg, G. Hanlon, D. Hayes, 
N. Hutchinson, C. Kaplan, C. Hazel. 
Middle Row: M. Hocking, C. Hun- 
ter, W. Holland, A. Joughin, R. 
Kalikoff, A. Gurner, L. Gruberski, 
D. Hayes, C. Hill, R. Huntington. 
Top Row: R. Keene, E. Hughes, C. 
Higginbatham, D. Harris, A. 
Greenland, D. Keeler, M. Richard- 
son, T. Joyce, F. Kelly, G. Hardy. 




ROOM 238 

Bottom Row: E. Levine, R. Sander, 
L. Lavin, C. Lappen. Middle Row: 
C. Lavin, M. Lapides, A. Larson, 
K. LeBlanc, G. Johnson, L. Lever 
one. Top Row: M. LeVangie, J. 
Lang, D. Levine, G. Kyle, J. Lewis. 





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ROOM 240 

Bottom Row: K. McNeil, L. Lyken, 
C. Marotta, G. Mann, G. Maloof, S. 
Major, M. Marsden, M. Mace, D. 
Torpey, J. McNeil, C. McGrory, M. 
Matzkin. Middle Row: P. Spiro, M. 
Leavitt, R. McCann, C. Lucente, M. 
Madar, M. Malm, S. McCann, J. 
Lynch, J. Meade, J. Marder, L. 
Mclntyre, D. Medieras. Top Row: 
L. Lucente, P. Mackey, R. Lumm, 
M. Laughlin, B. McGuire, D. Mar- 
tin, M. McDermot, M. Maple, M. 
Locke, E. Manning, D. Sullivan. 




ROOM 241 



Top Row: B. Murray, M. Milner, 
D. Mofford, W. Michaelson, S. 
Nordberg, A. O'Brien, S. Moore, S. 
Noyes, W. Parandez, R. Nowak. 
Middle Row: A. Murphy, R. 
O'Brien, E. Norton, D. Nelson, D. 
Parker, M. Milch, I. Miller, J. 
Mitch, E. Nilsen, V. Mecure. Bot- 
tom Row: K. O'Brien, C. O'Connor, 
V. Murphy, K. Monte, S. Norton, 
D. O'Hare, C. Orgil, P. Moody, R. 
Meligan, D. O'Connell. 




ROOM 242 

Bottom Row; J. Rossman, E. Ru- 
ben, J. Rhynde, C. Petite, P. Pen- 
nice, D. Parter, I. Possemato, C. 
Ruben, S. Rosen, R. Pink, P. Rosen- 
berg, J. Saltzman. Middle Row: 
R. Rezzo, L. Romano, J. Sizzlk, D. 
Rizzi. B. Roberts. W. Rosenfluch, 
A. Poddack, A. Sidel, D. Rosen, D. 
Saers. E. Richardson, J. Lynch. 
Top Row: B. Sandler, S. Pollack, 
J. Richardi, C. Potto, W. Philbrook, 
R. Roy, J. Rosenthal, T. Sacconi, 
S. Rosen, R. Rosen. 



ROOM 246 

Bottom Row: E. Simmons, D. 
Stone, M. Schoolcraft, M. Small, R. 
Shroupsky. A. Smith, C. Saunders, 
E. Skabelkis, C. Sibulkin, C. Spiro, 

A. Stone, S. Shumen. Middle Row: 

B. Spehrin, P. Stoltz, S. Spector, 
B. Spigel, E. Stevenson, P. Sulli- 
van, A. Standre, A. Scorzh, M. 
Skidmore, D. Silk, M. Speier, M. 
Sullivan. Top Row: M. Siegal, L. 
Spacco, R. Shuman, J. Singer, P. 
Sheppard, T. Quinney, S. Stefani, 
B. Sigal, E. Simens, M. Sullivan. 













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ROOM 247 

Bottom Row: P. Vesey, J. Somer- 
hayes, J. Verastro, E. Warren, J. 
Swinerma, M. Swanson, B. Tank- 
anow, M. Venditelli. Middle Row: 
D. Torpey, D. Tripoli, E. Tedescho, 
R. Toomey, G. Verzone, R. Tolson, 
J. Van Schyndel, A. Traverse. Top 
Row: J. Tallafuss, G. Wamboldt, 
W. Wallace, P. Topham, D. Top- 
ham, S. Turner, J. Trabulsie. 





ROOM 249 



Bottom Row: D. Wood, K. Ahern, 
C. Winston, K. Wind, M. Warren, 
S. Weiner, B. McNab, E. Isenberg. 
Middle Row: E. Weiss, J. Cunliffe, 
S. Wolfe, R. Johns, R. Watson, J. 
Weiner. Top Row: E. Williams, W. 
Chaffee, M. O'Brien, L. Wasser- 
man, E. Young, S. Wengler, F. 
Steidle. 








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ORACLE EDITORS 

Bottom Row: M. Crimmins, A. Brown, A. Levine, A. DeMascio, J. Sandler. 
2nd Row: E. Cohen, G. Shuman, M. Noblin, L. Bell, R. Jayes. Top Row: P. 
Shack, J. Turner, T. Jalkut, S. Lichenstein. 

THE ORACLE 

The Oracle is the final result of months of confusion and co-opera- 
tion, of frantic hurry and friendly collaboration, and of persistent wor- 
ry and personal sacrifice. The details of the yearbook — the layout, 
the innumerable bits of copy, the typing, and the pictures — present 
a formidable task, accomplished by the efforts of the entire staff. But 
the Oracle is not only a publication of our collective memories, but it is 
a living organization, composed of a widely varied staff whose hard 
work is evident in the publication of the yearbook. 




ORACLE LITERARY STAFF 



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J. Lew, A. Levine, and S. Lichenstein 
tabulate the Oracle subscription receipts. 



M. Noblin and A. DeMascio collect Oracle 
pledge money. 



Oracle Editors E. Cohen, A. Brown, P. 
Shack, and A. DeMascio work on the last 
few pages of the Oracle. 




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E. Symkus, the Oracle photographer. 



Advertising, subscription drive, 



Mr. John Gene Papa, Literary & Business 
Adviser, A. DeMascio and A. Levine, Co- 
editors-in-Chief. 



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Mr. Nicholas Mackey, Technical Adviser to the Oracle. 



billing . . . budget met 



A. Brown and A. DeMascio work on copy. 



ORACLE STAFF 

Editors-in-Chief : Annette DeMascio and 

Arthur Levine 
Business Manager: Philip Shack 
Circulation Editors : Judy Sandler, Thomas 

Jalkut, Robert Jayes. 
Literary Editors : Linda Bell, Jean Turner, 

and Edward Cohen. 
Picture Editor: Marion Noblin 
Senior Editors: Marie Crimmins and 

Gail Shuman. 
Homeroom Editor: Susan Lichenstein 
Photographer: Edward Symkus 
Assistant to the Adviser: Alison Brown 
Literary & Business Adviser: John Gene 

Papa 
Assistant Adviser: Nicholas Mackey 



The Oracle Business Staff. 





Thespians sponsor 



B. Bowler, D. Sullivan, and B. Slotnick lead 
the strike at Sleep-Tight Pajama Co. 



THE DRAMATICS CLUB 

The Dramatics Club enriches the 
cultural and social lives of its mem- 
bers. This year the club has attend- 
ed several productions. Also, the club 
and its members have produced "Ten 
Little Indians." Under the direction 
of Mr. Anthony C. Vellante, the club 
is now firmly established and looks 
forward to a successful future. 



C. Schepis and B. Slotnick in a scene from 
"Anastasia" 





Mr. Anthony Vellante, Adviser to the Dramatic Club. 



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memorable Christmas Assemblies . . . 





DRAMATICS CLUB — OFSTCERS 

A. Brown, Secretary; S. Forti, President; Mr. Vellante, 
Adviser; D. Sullivan, Historian; M. MeNamara, Vice-Presi- 
dent; J. Kelleher, Treasurer. 

A uditionfor 

"TEN LITTLE INDIANS" 

The sewing girls from Pajama Game. 




DRAMATICS CLUB 



Bottom Kow: E. Simmons, L. Kline, M. Spier, J. Sandler, 
M. Ross, J. Sullivan, H. Jones, P. Rosenberg, D. Stone, B. 
Chernak, S. Rosen, E. Rodberg, N. Blotner, M. Matzkin, 
C. Lapin, J. Rossman. Second Row: I. Goodman, B. Croteau, 
E. Koltov, N. Hutchinson, P. Connelly, G. Johnson, R. Cohen, 
J. Feldman, A. DeMascio, C. Hill, S. Maloof, C. Hazel, R. 
Ernest, M. Tucker, L. Cunliffe, J. Lerro. Third Row: Mr. 
Vellante, B. Pearlstein, E. Kohn, B. Jablonski, B. Tankanow, 
A. Saidel, S. Siegel, S. DeSisto, K. LeBlanc, S. Rattet, D. 



Dunlavey, C. Rubin, L. Mogul, S. Siegel, M. Rosenberg, C. 
Rothman, B. Swartz. Fourth Row: S. Lichenstein, R. Roth- 
man, M. Solon, D. McCoy, A. Morton, J. McElroy, R. Bren- 
ner, A. Bowler, P. Stone, S. Nussbaum, C. Carroll, N. Shan- 
non, P. Maguire, B. Slotnick, S. Cohen, K. Rossman. Top 
Row: W. Wallace, B. Getchell, K. Murray, A. Kaplan, T. 
Ryan, M. Mogul, L. Etcoff, S. Rosenburg, A. Nelson, S. Weis- 
burg, M. Gallagher, D. Silk, G. Shuman, D. MacGillivary, D. 
Davidson. 



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Fostering un- 
derstanding 
between student 
body and the 
administration 




OFFICERS 

E Corcoran — Treosurer, K. Kiley — President, M. Vogel — Secretary, 
A. Sullivan— Vice-President. 

STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council is the voice of the student body at 
Randolph High School. It creates better relations between 
the student body and the administration. The student 
government has achieved this goal. Its program include 
Student Teacher Day, Student Appreciation Day, and Tag 
Day. Under the supervision of Mr. James Santry, the Stu- 
dent Council proves itself to be a valuable asset to Randolph 
High School. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 
Bottom: M. O'Gorman, G. Coburn, K. Frederickson, D. Greene, K. Kiley, D. Torpey, 
Mr. Santry. Top: S. Forti, K. O'Brien, E. Corcoran, A. Sullivan, J. Adams, L. Rachin, 
M. Gallagher, M. Vogel. 



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Mr. James Santry, Adviser to the Student Council, 
has a warm and friendly smile for all. 





Shelley Rattet sells a boy's tag to Hank Leary. 



STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE 
CLUB 

Bottom Row. B. Batson, M. Vogel, 
R. Ellis, C. Miccichi, S. Nadelman, 
M. Sarofeen, J. Yaras, M. O'Gor- 
man, K. Berman. Middle Row: Mr. 
Santry, K. Kiley, J. Meaney, J. 
Adams, M. Broderick, M. Boothby, 
M. Gallagher, J. McDonough, M. 
Noblin. Top Row: S. Forti, H. 
Cryer, E. Flynn, L. Rachin, C. 
O'Gorman, K. O'Brien, S. Patter- 
son, S. Derby, M. Prince. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 
SERVICE CLUB 

The members of the Stu- 
dent Council Service Club 
work diligently to better the 
school. They assist in the 
Guidance Department during 
the Sophomore Step-Testing 
Program and help to keep the 
Lunch-room running smooth- 
ly. 

The Service Club has many 
duties which they perform 
with a good show of spirit and 
a true devotion to their school. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 
ADVISORY BOARD 

Bottom: B. Batson, M. O'Gorman, 
K. Kiley, S. Forti, J. Daley, A. Di- 
Mascio, B. Slotnick, L. Tucker, S. 
DeSisto, M. Ricci, C .Powers. Top: 
Mr. Santry, F. Campbell, P. Spiro, 
A. Levine, L. Willis, N. Wells, J. 
Kelleher, S. Burns, S. Gass. 



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Responsible 



BANNER 

The Blue and White Banner reflects the 
hard work, talent, and cooperation of its 
staff members and advisers. It has grown as 
the school has grown, in scope and involve- 
ment, clearly recording for posterity, the 
busy life of Randolph High School. 



Mrs. Jean Noblin, Literary Adviser to the Blue and 
White Banner. 



BANNER EDITORS 
1st Row: B. Slotnick, D. Bell, P. Sullivan, P. Maguire. Middle Row: J. Ekman, J. 
Kelleher, E. Symkus, S. Brass, Mrs. Noblin. Top Row: M. Fox, H. Finkle, S. Gass, 
R. Concannon, Mr. Santry. 




coverage of school events 




BANNER LITERARY 

Bottom Row: M. Spier, O'Connell, C. Marotta, L. Cun- B. Chernak, S. Cohen. Third Row: N. Levine, A. Bowler, A. 

liffe, C. Micciche, L. Silver, E. Koltov, B. Pearlstein, R. Morton, E. Davis, D. Dulong, J. Lew, C. Douglas, S. Greene, 

Cohen, P. Penny. Second Row: E. Rodberg, E. Simmons, D. S. Weisberg, J. Began, A. DiMascio. Top Row: R. Gardner, 

MacGillivary, N. Shannon, S. Rattet, S. Lichenstein, A. L. Etcoff, J. Dane, M. Mogul, A. Locke, P. Shack, C. Carroll, 

Levine, R. Goldman, J. Galloway, D. Sullivan, C. Hurvitz, H. Cryer, M. Warren, L. Cotter, M. Colon. 










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A. Kaplan & B. Slotnick prepare to sell the 
Banner. 




Mr. James Santry, Business Adviser to 
the Blue & White Banner. 



BANNER BUSINESS STAFF 
Bottom Row: K. Malfa, M. O'Gorman, K. 
Rogers, E. Welch, C. Micciche, G. Shuman, 
P. Sullivan, D. Bell. Middle Row: C. Marot- 
ta, A. Jones, C. Hurvitz, C. Rothman, J. 
Galloway, E. Rodberg, B. Swartz, D. Sulli- 
van, M. Solon, R. Cohen. Top Row: P. 
Rosenberg, B. Tankarow, C. Rubin, T. San- 
ler, R. Concannon, A. Locke, S. Rattet, H. 
Cryer, E. Kohn, L. Silver. 




FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 
Bottom Row: K. Berman, M. McSolla, M. Spier, C. 
Spiro, J. Kelleher, President; C. Rosa, Vice-Presi- 
dent; B. Pearlstein, Scribe: C. Hartley, J. Grillo, 
Delegate; M. Crimmins, Secretary; D. McCoy, Treas- 
urer: J. Rosenberg, Historian; Miss Foley, Adviser; 
M. MacNamara, A. DiMascio, M. Ross, K. Smith, L. 
Mogul. Second Row: G. Shuman, R. Melegial, C. Kap- 
lan, B. Croteau, K. Toomey, C. Winston, I. Goodman, 
C. Penta, M. Donahue, D. Stone, L. Romano, M. 
Matzkin, P. Moody, L. Cunliff, E. Isenberg, F. Fish- 



er, B. Chernach, J. Rossman, E. Simmons. Third 
Row: B. Schwartz, J. Pemberton, L. Kline, G. 
Maloof, J. Donovan, J. Jablonski, D. Lyken, E. Kol- 
tov, S. Maloof, P. Watson, H. Jones, A. Saidel, S. 
Coben, A. Stone, L. Leveroni, S. Weiner, A. Brown, 
N. Blotner, A. Leondar, D. Leibovitz. Top Row: 
C. Rothman, C. Teed, B. Bello, J. Feldman, C. Wins- 
ton, C. Rubin, A. Dale, R. Rothman, A. Every, L. 
Block, M. Solon, E. Kohn, S. Rattet, P. Costa, M. 
Ricci, M. Welch, J. Ekman, S. Seigal, C. Sebulkin. 




Miss Martha Foley is a hard-working and 
energetic adviser to the Future Teachers 
Club. 



Promoting an interest 
in teaching 

FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 

The Future Teachers Club was organized in 1960 
by its adviser, Miss Martha Foley. The club has 
succeeded in its purpose to arouse the interest of 
students in the various aspects of the teaching pro- 
fession. Some past members are now teaching in 
Randolph and in nearby cities. 

In order to investigate the various aspects of 
teaching, the club has visited Boston State College 
and Northeastern University. 

In addition, the club also sponsors service activi- 
ties. One is the Teachers' Helpers Program. 

The club states in its constitution the aims of the 
group, "To learn about teaching, to examine myself 
as a prospective teacher, to have a good time as a 
group with common purposes." 

J. Grillo, Delegate; M. Crimmins, Secretary; J. Kelleher, 
President; C. Rosa, Vice-President; D. McCoy, Treasurer; 
J. Rosenberg, Historian; B. Pearlstein, Banner Reporter. 





Future Nurses 
Club 



L. Cotter, Treasurer; J. Daley, President; D. Aker, Vice Presi- 
dent; S. Colosi, Historian; C. Ryan, Secretary. 



Mrs. Emma Donahue checks the medical chart of E. Welch. 





FUTURE NURSES CLUB 
Bottom Row: N. Campbell, M. O'Gorman, J. Ver- gin, L. Bernstein, L. Hyland, M. Landa, B. Gard- 

rastro, J. Berthelot, J. Dailey, S. Colosi, C. Ryan, ner, J. Gallowav. Top Row: E. Weiss, G. Murphy, 

P. Leary, B. Batson, J. Foti. Middle Row: J. Yar- J. Riddle, D. Aker, M. Tuv, C. Carroll, J. Swini- 

as, L. Waterman, D. Hayes, K. Dowling, L. Ben- mer, L. Cotter, N. Rodgers, M. Maxwell, S. Rosen. 



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Future homemakers tackle 
wide range of projects 



The Future Homemakers is a national organization open 
to all high school girls. Each year, members of local chapters 
work on various projects such as brotherhood programs, splash 
parties, and good will projects. The goal of Future Homemakers 
is to promote improvement in personal, family, and community 
living. 



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J. Donavan irons her new dress. 

FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 
OFFICERS 
Bottom Row: H. Cryer, Vice-Pres.; L. Tucker, 
Treas.; D. McFarland, Historian; B. Batson, 
Pres. Top Row: J. Ekman, Reporter: C. East- 
mond, Vice-Pres. of Recreation; R. Ellis, Sec- 
retary. 





FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 



Bottom Row : D. Torpey, A. Volovick, M. Spier, 
I. Logan, L. Gruberski, M. Maxwell. W. Coburn, 
J. Gallaway, Mrs. Gehrig. 2nd Row: D. Cunning- 
ham, ('•. Coburn, M. Boothby, M. DeFelice, A. 
Stone, C. Micchiche, M. Schoolcraft, J. Beder, 
J. McDonoutfh, Miss Scott. 3rd Row: K. O'Riley, 

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J. Thompson, M. Spier, G. Johnson, J. Thompson, 
N. Shannon, D. Taylor, D. Senato, K. Donavan, 
G. Gardner. Top Row: L. Bengin, S. Donnelly, 
C. Mastrangelo, J. Van Schyndel, J. Swinamer, 
C. Carroll, P. Cuff, M. Connelly, G. Kennedy. 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
Bottom Row: K. Berman, L. Perullo, P. Maguire, J. Ekman, D. MacGillivary. 
Middle Row: J. Grillo, E. Davis, S. Brass, A. Levine, J. Feldman. Top Row: E. 
Cohen, P. Shack, H. Finkel, S. Gass, B. Crowley, P. Maloof. 




N. H. S. OFFICERS 

P. Maguire, Vice-President; E. Cohen, 
Secretary; S. Gass, Treasurer; T. Jal- 
kut, President; A. Levine, Chairman, 

Advisory Hoard. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

The Joseph W. Daly Chapter is the 
local organization representing the 
National Honor Society. 

The Society's purpose is based on 
the four qualities of Character, Schol- 
arship, Leadership and Service. While 
membership is determined by the pos- 
session and application of these qual- 
ities, it is also felt that the Society 
serves to further develop these attri- 
butes, not only among the immediate 
membership, but also among the en- 
tire student body. 

Relative to Service, the members 
of the local chapter have taken upon 
themselves the task of organizing and 
staffing the Randolph High School 
Book Store. 





Mr. Donald Nelson, Adviser to the 
N.H.S. 



Rev. Thomas Cleveland, Chaplain 
at Milton Academy, addresses the 
National Honor Society Assembly. 



Each year students eagerly await the 
Achievement Awards Assembly. The names 
of the winners are kept secret until the day 
of the assembly. A statuette, a symbol of 
highest achievement in a particular subject, 
is given to the student who has worked most 
diligently in a particular subject. 

In addition, a statuette is given to an out- 
standing member of thee Randolph School 
System. The winner in 1967 was Miss Mary 
O'Brien who was retiring after many years 
of dedicated service. 

The Academic Award Winners of 1967. 








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Awards revealed at annual assembly 




The Master of Ceremonies, Mr. Phil Saba, pre- 
sents an award in Algebra II to Ed. Cohen. 



Miss Mary O'Brien acknowledges her Honorary 
Academic Award. 



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E. Bluestein and J. Sandler do newspaper 
research. 




Bottom: Mrs. A. Appleton, E. Sullivan, M. Weaver, D. MacGillivary, J. Yundt, 
J. Rhynd. Top: M. Skidmore, R. Murphy, S. Weisberg, F. Smith, R. Goldman, 
E. Weiss. 

Library clubbers pro- 
vide useful assistance 

LIBRARY 

Under the direction of Mrs. Arlene Appleton the library has 
been used more this year. Mrs. Appleton heads a staff of students 
who work during their free periods and after school. The library 
contains a wide variety of information which is made available to 
all Randolph High School students. 

M. Maple, J. Lerro and A. Travis check the card catalog for books. 




Interest in 
history . . . 



The History Club meets frequently 
to discuss historical problems and 
contemporary events of our time. 
Discussions range from Vietnam to 
drug addiction and teenage smoking. 
Such special activities as going to 
see "Gone With The Wind," and pub- 
lishing the "Spectator" have greatly 
enhanced, for club members, the 
broad scope of current affairs in 
our modern world. 





HISTORY CLUB 
Bottom Row: J. Grillo, M. McNamara, M. Ricci, W. Warren. 
Middle Row: C. Lappen, S. Brass, K. Smith, S. Maloof, P. 
Sullivan, M. Tucker, J. Hunter, L. Welch, H. Jones, E. Weiss, 
L. Kline. Top Row: K. McNeil, L. Lyken, E. Davis, S. Serwo, 
J. Dane, L. Etcoff, D. Grossman, P. Costa, G. Johnson, L. 
Waterman. 

. . . Oceanography flourish 



For the student interest in marine life, the Ocean- 
ography Club offers an interesting and educational 
program consisting of field trips, lectures, and indivi- 
dual research. 



S. DeSisto poses for the camera while other club members fish. 

OCEANOGRAPHY 

Bottom Row: S. DeSisto, D. Dunlavey, M. McNamara, D. MacGilli- 
vary. Middle Row: J. Markham, J. Foster, E. Weiss, M. Connelly, J. 
Adamski S. Rosen, T. Angier, C. Hazel, L. Waterman. Top Row: 
D. Lesser, J. Campbell, J. Dane, R. Concannon, T. DeSisto, P. Cuff, 
H. Cryer. 




The Oceanography Club's fishing trip. 



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J. Howe. P. Zuccini, and J. Kuzmiski return sadly from 
a lost football game. 

THE BAND 

Through the never-ending efforts of its di- 
rector. Mr. Leonard Rapoza, the band is able to 
display its talent from the football field to the 
concert hall. 

The band performs for several concerts 
throughout the year and marches in parades at 
various holidays. In addition, individual band 
members have brought honor to our school by 
representing us at District, SEMSBA, and All- 
State. 

The main objective of the band is to develop 
both musicianship and good social habits by pro- 
viding its members with instrumental experi- 
ence on all types of music. 

DANCE BAND 

Rehearsing once a week after school under the 
direction of Mr. Charles Lincoln, the Dance Band 
provides instrumentalists an opportunity to 
study the interpretation, phrasing, literature, 
and improvisation of dance music. The Dance 
Band provides lively music at the concerts 
throughout the year. This organization aims to 
give students the experience necessary to com- 
pete in the dance band field. 



Band performs for 
Boston Patriots 




Band members begin lining up before a football game. 



Bottom: L. Fumarola, J. Condlin, E. Guion, S. Forti, R. Getchell, 

D. Lipoff, S. Wells. 2nd: E. Symkus, D. Hazel, L. Willis, P. 
Shack, R. Brenner, A. Bowler, J. Lerro, J. Condlin, M. Noblin. 
3rd: R. Schneider, L. Waterman, D. Silk, J. Foley, H. Hershoff, 

A. Greenlin, J. Lew, B. Roberts. 4th: M. Mogul, E. Baker, 

E. Gardner, M. McNamara, H. Jones, C. Douglas, S. Green, 
G. Foreman, M. Warren, D. Sullivan. 5th: S. Wengler, M. Arth, 

B. Pearlstein, J. Kuzmiski, P. Zuccini, B. Warren, M. Warren. 
Top: L. Conrad, M. Daniels, W. Doherty, J. Howe, W. DeBoe. 




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Mr. Albert DeNardo leads the chorus in rehearsal. 




THE CHORUS 

The Chorus meets twice a week during 
school and performs many types of musical 
compositions ranging from classical choral 
compositions to popular music. In Chorus, 
students are given the opportunity to develop 
their natural voices and also to study about 
composers, periods of music and musical 
form. The Chorus performs at assemblies 
such as the annual Christmas concert and 
the Spring concert. The Chorus also partici- 
pates with other schools in various musical 
festivals. 

Mr. Leonard Rapoza explains the components of 
harmony to the chorus. 




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Bottom: K. Lee, L. Tucker, J. McDonough. 2nd: M. DeFelice, S.Patterson. 3rd: C. 
Pantano, D. McFarland, J. Foster, E. Rodberg, L. Bruberski, J. O'Brien, D. Torpey, G. 
Coburn, C. McGrory, J. Lynch, S. Norton. 4th: E. Penny, M. McCarthy, L. Noyes, J. 
Berthelot, N. Campbell, K. Smart, T. Nelson, A. Volovick, L. Rachin, J. Vaughn, K. 
Finneran, C. Bradanese. 5th: P. Leary, R. Ellis, K. Kiley, M. Vogel, W. Coburn, P. 
McCann, C. Mastrangelo, If. Corcoran, If. Maxwell, L. Logan, K. Torpey, S. Daley, 
A. Connolly. 

DRILL TEAM 

Spectators at our football games receive an entertaining surprise each 
half-time when our drill team marches onto the field. After long hours of 
practice, during and after school, the girls display precision and grace in 
the routines they perform. The showmanship of our applause-winning 
drill team never fails to lend excitement and pleasure to every fortunate 
spectator. 



Twirlers: 1st: C. Powers, M. Tuv. 2nd: M. Bootby, J. Malfa, S. 
Najor, J. Beder, If. Donahue, K. Schulze. 3rd: E. Benjamino, D. 
Churchhill, P. Canavan, P. Penney, M. Sarofeen. 




Drill Team Heads: K. Lee, 



The drill team performs in the corridor. 





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routines 




M. DeFelice, L. Tucker, S. Patterson, J. 
McDonough. 





Bottom: M. Boothby, J. Malfa, J. Beder, P. Penney, D. Churchill, S. 
Major, R. Rizzo, P. Canavan, M. Sarofeen, E. Benjamino, M. Donahue, 
K. Schulze. Top: C. Powers, M. Tuv. 

TWIRLERS 

Together with the drill team and band, the twirlers put 
on half-time shows that dazzle unprepared spectators. With 
precision and skill, they twirl their batons in delightful 
routines. Daily practices during and after school have prov- 
ed fruitful as our twirlers perform with unparalleled skill. 

C. Powers, M. Boothby, M. Tuv. 




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our distress, and in 
our triumph too, the 
game is more than 
the player of the 
game, and the 
ship is more 
than the crew 



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Bottom: R. Tardiff, B. Marzinzik, F. Brack, S. 
Clapp, S. Gass, R. Gardner, C. Zaccardi, P. Spiro 
(Co-Capt.), S. Burns (Co-Capt.), J. Joyce, D. 
Sullivan, P. Maguire, J. Dailey, J. Tempesta, J. 
Conley, R. Maria. 2nd: N. Wells, S. Small, J. 
Joyce, J. Lavin, J. Foley, T. Yarde, K. Lord, S. 
Corey, T. Kelley, N. Clapp, F. Wentzel, F. Tem- 
pesta, P. Wengler, M. McCurdy, M. Graham, S. 
Marcus, R. Cammarata. 3rd: W. Mellon, S. Wig- 



fall, F. Campbell, R. Stevenson, A. Maguire, J. 
Arsenault, W. Hess, G. MacLeod, A. O'Brien, 
A. Gurner, J. Richardi, R. Gallagher, M. Berger, 
J. Schiavone, L. Wasserman. Top: Mr. Charles 
Smith (Asst. Coach), Mr. John Kennedy (Asst. 
Coach), Mr. Phinp Saba (Head Coach), A. Sul- 
livan, P. Martin, R. Marsden, P. Poto, S. Carleton, 
R. George, C. Fahey, J. Callahan, T. Mullaney, 
M. Oddi, H. Colcord. 




The R. H. S. football team showed skill, sportsmanship and 
spirit this past season. Led by co-captains Sam Burns and Paul 
"Bimbo" Spiro, the team compiled a 4-5 record in a tough Old 
Colony League. The greatest disappointment came when Coach 
Phil Saba resigned as head football coach. The loss of Coach 
Saba will be deeply felt next season. 

C. Micciche, M. Broderick, and C. O'Brien begin the cheers for Randolph. 



J. Conley downed by Bridgewater defense. 



1967 RECORD 

Randolph 12 - Middleboro 
Randolph 



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Sept. 30 



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Randolph 14 - 


Whitman-Hanson 


20 


Oct. 11 


Randolph 12 - 


Rockland 


8 


Oct. 21 


Randolph 28 - 


Silver Lake 


8 


Oct. 28 


Randolph 11 ■ 


Scituate 


29 


Nov. 1 


Randolph 30 - 


Plymouth-Carver 


14 


Nov. 11 


Randolph 6 - 


Abington 


14 


Nov. 23 


Randolph 8 - 


Hingham 


14 



ALL-SCHOLASTICS 

Quincy Patriot Ledger: Sam Burns 

Brockton Enterprise - Times: Sam Burns 

Old Colony League All Stars: 
Sam Burns, Jim Conley 




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Kennedy and Charles Smith. 





J. Joyce throws a long one while J. Conley blocks 
for him. 



Co-Captains S. Burns and P. Spiro. 



Randolph's defense digs in. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 

For several years the R.H.S. Cross Country team has 
displayed superior ability. This year the team repeated as 
champions of the Old Colony League with a perfect record 
of 8 wins and no losses. Led by Seniors Bob Jayes, Ed De- 
lano, Steve Servo, and Bob Hunter, the team placed fourth 
in the State Meet, second in the South Shore Principals 
Meet, and first in the Old Colony League Meet. 



Mr. Malcolm Hill instructs his team at the Middleboro meet. 




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Power and determination bring 22 wins 



1967 SPRING TRACK RESULTS — 
OLD COLONY LEAGUE — 2nd PLACE 
Randolph 

79 Plymouth-Carver 52 

95 Middleboro 36 

87 Abington 44 

78 Scituate 53 

79 Silver Lake 52 

75% Whitman-Hanson 55% 

96 Bridgewater-Raynham 35 

70% Rockland 6O2/3 

55 Hingham 76 

STATE CHAMPIONS: Mike Small - 2 mile, 
Gerry Spellman - hurdles, Elliot Stevens - 600, 
Ed Heywood - 50 yard dash. 

1967 OLD COLONY — CROSS COUNTRY — 

UNDEFEATED CHAMPIONS 
Randolph 

16 Scituate 42 

15 Plymouth-Carver 44 

17 Whitman-Hanson 45 

19 Silver Lake 36 

19 Hingham 41 

22 Middleboro 35 

15 Birdgewater-Raynham 48 

16 Rockland 47 

16 Quincy 46 

Capt. Bob Jayes undefeated in 0. C. L. two 
years, set 4 course records this year — Randolph 
also won both Varsity and J.V. O. C. L. Champ- 
ionship Meet. 7th straight undefeated season 
in league competition. 

1967-1968 INDOOR TRACK 

METROPOLITAN BOSTON LEAGUE 

Randolph 

29 Somervile 57 

44 2/5 Quincy 37 3/5 

59 1/2 Newton South 25 1/2 

14 Brockton 72 

44 1/3 Watertown 36 2/3 

46 1/2 North Quincy 39 1/2 

45 Arlington 41 

3rd place in league. 




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Team: Bottom Row: R. Hunter, F. Brack, 
S. Servo, E. Cohen. Top Row: T. Con- 
nors, D. Sandler, M. Quasha, P. Shack. 



WINTER TRACK 

This past winter the Randolph 
track team again showed power 
and determination in an outstand- 
ing season. They placed third in a 
tough Division II of the MET 
League with a record of 5 wins 
and 2 losses. Coach Malcolm Hill 
has also worked to develop sopho- 
mores and juniors to carry the 
team through future years. 



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WINTER TRACK TEAM 

Bottom Row: D. Dulong, M. Quasha, R. Hunter, F. Brack, 
S. Servo, E. Cohen, P. McElroy, S. Fahey. 2nd Row: Mr. M. 
Hill, J. Geniot, D. Adams, D. Sandler, H. Goldman, R. Sneider, 
P. Shack, F. Small. 3rd Row: F. Clark, M. Dulong, H. Rosen- 
field, P. Sneider, J. Rosenthal, J. Conley, N. Wells. Top Row: 
C. Gardner, B. Sandler, J. Joyce, C. Lord, T. Connors. 



SPRING TRACK 

Bottom Row: J. Fraser, E. Stevens, J. Spellman, W. Stone, 
R. Jayes, F. Small. 2nd Row: R. Franklin, R. Tardiff, J. 
Barboza, S. Servo, R. Hunter, S. Gordon, P. Wengler. 3rd 
Row: Mr. M. Hill, J. Crowley, D. Elliot, D. Sandler, M. Mogul, 
E. Delano, R. Marzinzik. Top Row: T. Yarde, P. Konary, W. 
Bernard, F. Brack, J. McGrath, P. Dunnegan, P. McElroy. 



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Spirited and determined team shows 




This year the R.H.S. 
basketball team showed 
great spirit and deter- 
mination. Under the 
new leadership of Coach 
Francis O'Brien, the 
team finished fourth in 
The Old Colony League 
with a 9-9 record. Led 
by senior co-captains 
Steve Gass and Buster 
Marzinzik, the team 
compiled the best record 
it has had in many 
years. 



Coach Francis O'Brien 
gives his team a "pep 
talk." 




VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: L. 

Conrad, D. Green, S. Wigfall, F. Tempesta, C. Green, 
A. Gold. Top Row: R. Rodman, R. Maria, A. Hendrick- 



son, R. Marzinzik, S. Gass, K. Connors, C. Murphy, J. 
Yarde. 




hustle and talent 





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ington game. 



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Bottom Row: J. Adamski, A. St. Andrey, R. O'Brien, S. Klane, N. Anderson. Top 
Row: P. Sullivan, E. Young, J. Foley, P. Gardner, L. Gaffney, B. Conolley, J. 
DeSisto, J. Lavin, J. Singer, D. Levine, W. Campbell. 



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49 


Hingham 


57 


56 


Plymouth-Carver 


74 


85 


Abington 


67 


82 


Whitman-Hanson 


69 


70 


Rockland 


58 


60 


Silver Lake 


61 


47 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


44 


62 


Middleboro 


45 


64 


Scituate 


54 


62 


Hingham 


59 


60 


Plymouth-Carver 


66 


67 


Abington 


72 


78 


Rockland 


79 


79 


Whitman-Hanson 


72 


79 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


82 


47 


Silver Lake 


62 


54 


Scituate 


65 


80 


Middleboro 


54 



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Third Base 






BASEBALL 

Bottom Row: J. Davock, S. Allen, J. Maloney, R. Hedrick, J. Malone, P. Spiro. 2nd 
Row: D. Connors, S. Gass, C. Green, J. Tolson, N. Wells, F. Tempesta. Top Row: 
Mr. W. Gould, R. Erickson, J. Conley, L. Conrad, D. Sullivan, J. Tempesta, C. 
Murphy, P. Cole, Manager. 

After a very successful year, Randolph earned the title "Co-Champs 
of the Old Colony League" with a record of 12-6. In his first year, 
Coach William Gould did an outstanding job leading the team to the 
title. 

This year the team, led by a large group of returning starters and 
a promising crop from last year's junior varsity squad, hope to defend 
The Old Colony League championship. 

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Pitcher 



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Outfield 





P. Spiro 
Second Base 



N. Wells 
Shortstop 




TENNIS TEAM 
Bottom Row: H. Zax, R. DeSisto, Ed. Morse, N. Kramer, P. Adams. Top 
Row: Mr. R. Mavor, S. Nusbaum, A Kaplan, R. Hyman. 



Tennis and Golf . . . 
two solid teams 



Randolph High School can look forward to many 
successful seasons from these two teams. 



GOLF TEAM 
Bottom Row: R. Rothwell, W. Connors, N. McGory. Top Row: R. Cowgill, 
M. Fox, G. Campbell, H. Finkel, P. Shack. 



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Cheerleaders Spark Spirit 




Always ready with a 
smile, the cheerleaders 
have brightened many of 
our athletic contests. 
Their energetic enthusi- 
asm has carried our teams 
through many victories 
and has consoled them in 
defeat. Truly, these girls 
embody the spirit of R.H. 
S. and are the highest 
symbols of our school 
pride. 



J. Sandler and J. Turner 
cringe at Randolph's loss. 



Senior Cheerleaders: J Tur- 
ner, P. O'Connor, M. O'Gor- 
man, J. Sandler, C. Micci- 
che. 




Bottom: Captain Mary O'Gorman. Top Row: D. Kritzman, M. Broderick, P. O'Connor, 
S. Wickey, K. O'Brien, J. Turner, K. O'Gorman, A. Larsen, J. Sandler, A. Stone, C. 
Micciche. 



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R.H.S. in sports 



Captain Mary O'Gorman 



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generous contributions of the merchants, professional men, 
restauranteurs, and school organizations to the success of 
this vear's edition. 



A Special Thank You Parents, Teachers, 

PARENTS 



M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Thomas L. Warren 


Rev. & 


Mrs. 


Arthur W. Bowler 


M 


r. Mitchei 


1 Benjamino 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Edward R. Barkhouse 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


William Batson 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Irving A. Brown 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Benjamin Bell 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Herbert Burwell 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Cohen 


M 


rs. B 


ernice Cocoran 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


William J. Cryer 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


James A. Connors 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


J. D. Connaughton 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Herbert P. Dane 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Edward J. Curran 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


John Champa 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Dominic Cammarata 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Joseph Cote 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Morris J. Feldman 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Ralph Dunlavey 


Mi 


*. an 


d Mrs. Micheal P. Fumarola 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Alvin P. De Sisto 


Dr 


. & 


Mrs. 


Alberto Di Mascio 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


John P. Ellis 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Harry R. Ella 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Charles A. Foley 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Stanley E. Forman 











Mi 


s. Anthony Di Carlo 


Mi 


rs. J 


ean M. Noblin 


Mi 


f. & 


Mrs. 


Riley 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


James Franklin 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Meyer L. Feldman 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Arthur F. Gallagher 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Robert P. Forti 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Lee V. Hall, Jr. 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Philip Goldman 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Gerald A. Gass 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


James Hunter 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Frank A. Grillo 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Robert E. Getchell 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


C. Hurvitz 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Fredrick Hutchinson 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


H. J. Jablonski 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Charles Kibbee 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Francis Kyer 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Sidney Becker 


M 


rs. Martha Kohn 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


George Kiley 


Mt 


. an 


d Mrs. Leo J. Jones 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Edward R. Lavalle 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Mathew Indech 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Sumner Kaplan 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Daniel Levine 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Albert Jalkut 





Arthur Levine and Mrs. Ann Roper in conference on 
"Bermuda Day". 



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and Friends For Your Encouragement 

PARENTS 



M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Gilbert Lichenstein 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


John F. Leary, Jr. 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


James Leighton 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


T. A. Marzinzik 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


A. Maloof 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


G. A. Maxwell 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Joseph Malfa 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Kenneth Barthel 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Robert J. McCann 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Robert McSolla 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Henry E. O'Donnell 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Bart Murray 


M 


rs. G 


eorgiana O'Leary 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


George C. Mellon 


M 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Saul Parkin 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Fredrick L. Case 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Norman 1. Rottenberg 


Mi 


r. & 


Mrs. 


Louis E. Perullo 


Mi 


•s. Dorothy Rothman 


Mi 


•. & 


Mrs. 


Edmund Olive 


Mi 


'. & 


Mrs. 


Samuel Ross 


Mi 


. & 


Mrs. 


James Rosa 


Mi 


. & 


Mrs. 


Solomon A. Sandler 


Mr 


. & 


Mrs. 


Albert Slotnick 


Mr 


. & 


Mrs. 


Julius L. Shack 


Mr 


. & 


Mrs. 


Jack Swartz 



Mr. 


& Mrs. 


William F. Sullivan 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Thomas Smith 


Mr. 


Ernest 


Smith 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Win Staples 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Norman Tardiff 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Harry Baker 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


B. J. Sullivan 


Mr. 


Samuel 


Widrow 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Jack Silver 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Joseph Swanwick 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Frank Shuman 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Raymond Symkus 


Rev 


& Mrs 


Leonard Waterman 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Arthur Wigley 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Walter Webber 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Roland Young 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Gerard Wallace 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


William Welch 


Mr. 


Charles 


Webber 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Richard Warren 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Joseph J. Yaras 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Fredrick Wadon 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Albert L. Willis 


Mrs. 


Robert 


Wentzell 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Robert Wiley 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Samuel Hackett 




School is out! 




Judy Sandier, our candidate 
for Miss America. 



Loyal Boosters and Alumni- The Staff 



BOOSTERS 



Mr. G. Stefoni 

Mrs. S. Eicoff 

Mr. ond Mrs. F. L. Tedesco 

Mrs. J. Roberson 

Mrs. M. J. Costello 

Susan DeSisto 

Marcia Solon 

Sharon Feldman '68 

Annette DiMeio '68 

Joyce Feldman '68 

Marc Foman 

Lois Silver 

Paula Webber 

Mr. and Mrs. Gaetano Puleo 

Mr. ond Mrs. Ernest Hilchey 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Micciche 

Mr. and Mrs. Nunzio Puleo 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardy 

Mr. and Mrs. John Spiro 

Bob Bernard 

Mr. Anthony Roselli 

Mr. Anthony Halasy 

Mrs. Virginia (Roselli) Bartell 

Mr. George 

Thomas DuBois 

Mr. and Mrs. James Eames 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Karmen 

Ron Fambruno 

Mrs. John O'Gorman 

William O'Connor 

Karen Lee '68 

Kevin Murray '68 

David Dugan '67 

Theresa, Dan, Marilynn, Bill Kreckler 

John Kreckler 

Martha Kreckler 

Mr. ond Mrs. Frank Kreckler 

Claire Ryan '69 

Mr. Paul Kreckler 

Ed Olive '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard McElroy 

Ellen and Millie McElroy 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Diamond 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saperstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Kassler 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simons 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bolhman 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Colow 

Mr. and Mrs. Myer Simmons 

Mr. ond Mrs. Arthur Goldstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hershfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Greenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosenberg 

Mr. Dominic Papa 

Miss Adele Papa 

Mr. ond Mrs. Nicholos Rossetti 

Mr. Anthony Abbruzzi 

Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney 

Miss Eleanor Brewster 

Dorothy Stefan 

John Perullo 

Jeon Simonetta 

Constance Kelley 

Lois Anderson 

Mr. ond Mrs. Sumner Seigol and fam. 



Sandra Cohen '70 

Marcia Natzkin '79 

Sandra Siegal '69 

Ethel-Jean Weiss '69 

Alan Locke '68 

Kathleen Smith '68 

Gail Maloof '70 

Lois Meckler '69 

Mr. George White 

Mr. Thomas John Francis 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. George Kingston 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Estella 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McSolla 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson 

Mr. Rich Johnson 

Mrs. Lorraine Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maynard 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kent 

Mrs. Beverly Griffin 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Serriello 

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leavitt 

Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo White 

Mr. Henry Stevenson 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fahey 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Caulman 

Mr. and Mrs. John Marison 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis K. Wiley 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Baird 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley 

Mrs. Virginia Daley 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hudson 

Mrs. Lucille Rivers 

The Bourque Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Whigfall 

Susan Maloof '68 

William A. Yetman 

Shelley Rattet 

Karen MacNeil 

Edward Manning 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forti 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Forman 

Bonnie Tankanow 

William Parendes 

Claire Crowley 

Susan Forti 

James Foley 

Philip Shack '68 

Karen Berman '69 

Claire Dibbern '64 

Bev Swartz '68 

Jerry Swartz '64 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rice 

Carol Rubin '70 

Gary Szymczuk '68 

Terry LeBlanc '65 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bengin 

The Blake Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Word 

Ina Goodman '70 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chausky 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Vallen 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bello 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paino 

Barbara Benson 

Lawrence King 

Mrs. J. F. Leary, Jr. 

Mrs. J. F. Leary, Sr. 

Joseph McCarthy 

John Collins 

Pat Leary 

John Markham 

Larry Willis 

Mrs. Ofsen 

Richard Andler 

Linda Genatussio 

Barry Brodil 

Mr. John A. Czekanski 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nathan 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Benson 

Eric Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malfa 

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Brooks 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson 

Paula Haywood '64 

Herbert and Judith Lyken 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gall 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Gallagher 

Mrs. Grace L. Gallagher 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Dolan 

Drew E. Myers 

Charles Olsen 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernard 

Millie LaForte 

Pat Ferry 

Jean Doran 

Mr. and Mrs. George Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vielkind 

Mrs. Marie Malone 

Robert Stanhope 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dolan 

Mr. ond Mrs. George White 

Mrs. Georgianna Richwagen 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. MacDonald 

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Hickey 

Charles Green 

Joanie Dale 

Arlene Dole 

Grace Gardner 

Robert Wentzell 

Bruce Azzaritti 

Janet Hunter 

Carole Hunter 

James Hunter 

Robert Hunter 

Helen Jones '68 

Joy Wortzman '68 

Jack Keeley '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kohn 

Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Flash 

Alison Brown '68 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lea McKiernan 

The Cicerano Family 

Roger Anderson '65 

Cheryl McKeirnan 

Merle McKiernan 

Dianne McCoy '68 







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Salutes our Business and Women 

BOOSTERS 



Morlene Londo '68 

Wendy Coburn '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fayne 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McCoy '64 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaplan 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trinque 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Spector 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Freedman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bluestein 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mikenas 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeCota 

Mr. and Mrs. George Mollett 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bothe 

Mr. and Mrs. William Seigal 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bishop 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Kane 

Cheryl Hurvitz '68 

Eileen Smith '68 

Marie Smith '65 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. James Smith 

Frank Smith '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bromley 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gruber 

Dale Rosen '69 

Lois Barr 

Howard J. Terfara 

Jeffrey Weinberg '69 

Rhonda Seifer 

Merry Turner '67 

Susan Francis '66 

Arthur Gallagher, Jr. 

Margaret Gallagher 

Debbie Christian '69 

Judy Swinamer '70 

Celeste Orgel '70 

Judy Van Schynder '70 

Susan Lichenstein '68 

Janet McMahon 

Donna Lichenstein '66 

Mrs. Rae Lichenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lichenstein 

Arthur Lichenstein '64 

Mr. and Mrs. Gory Maniff 

Lisa and Jeffrey Maniff 

Jay Green 

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lichenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Kaplan 

Sandra Macaluso 

Mary Belrose 

Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Franklin 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Danvers 

Frank Brack '68 

John Ramoska '68 

"Flower Power" '70 

Harvey Finkel '68 

H. Betts 

Mrs. E. Cunha 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smyth 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacobson 

Eddie Costa 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Costa 



Bunny Bowler '68 

Elayne B. Rodberg '69 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Lewinberg 

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kearns 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Morrison 

Mrs. Peter J. Maccini 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Klayman 

Sue Rosen '67 

Al Pell 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Astrachan 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albert 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Aveigien 

Laurie and Brenda Sobel 

Mr. and Mrs. Golub 

Melvin Bader 

E. K. Huderson 

Gail Kennedy '68 

Evelyn Kibbee '68 

Jeff Kramer '68 

Kenny Hall '68 

Maureen Kiley '65 

Woody '68 

Barbara Wusteney '68 

Linda Welch '68 

Joan Welch 

Billy Welch 

Dianne Bell '68 

Marie Crimmins '68 

Jeannie Ekman '69 

Laura Waterman '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Spargo 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rossman 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Haight 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chase 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hirsch 

Kathy Mahoney '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah J. Mahoney 

Joseph Mahoney '65 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Harty 

Kevin McKiernan '66 

Stephen Serwo 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. McElroy 

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Lyons 

Edward Mulcahy 

Mrs. Thelma Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dupras 

Mr. and Mrs. George Richards 

Kathy Young '69 

Michelle and Gerard 

Cheryl Lucciano 

Josephine Grillo '68 

Mr. and Mrs- Joseph Giaramita 

Sheryl Betterman 

Jane Rosenberg 

Paula Rosenberg 

Cheryl Cote '67 

Susan Rodman '66 

Leslie Block 

Robin Pearlman 

Joan Laiweneek 

Ruth Ernest 

Ed Cohen '68 

Alexis Keefe '69 

Miss Lareen Niemi 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 



Miss Georgians O'Leary 

Mr. and Mrs. Dangaia 

Mr. Robert Mullen 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzpatrick 

Nancy Rogers '68 

Buddy Morton '68 

Carol Rosa '68 

Jerry Lane '69 

Diane Nilsen 

Barbara Jablonski '68 

Joyce Jablonski '70 

Linda Leverone '70 

Mary McSolla '68 

Debbie Hammond '69 

Mr. Otto Stein 

Eileen Goldman 

Barry Fineberg 

Stephen Pollack 

Solomon Potz '70 

Tommy Kreckler '68 

Eddie O'Donnell '68 

Rusty Lee '63 

Steve Kunz '68 

Kathy Hutchinson '68 

Cadet Stanley Burwell '64 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barry 

Oliver Nelson 

Joseph Butler 
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Yundt 
Mr. and Mrs. David Bakerman and fam. 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Glazebrook 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin George 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Wehner 
Mr. and Mrs. John Monti 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Slabodnick 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Weiner 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilensky 
Mr. and Mrs. Cagan 
Mr. and Mrs. Swartz 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Arenstein 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kublin 
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Arenstein 
Mr. Milton Goren 
Susan Siegal '69 
Arnie Wensky '67 
Mark Indeck '68 
Rev. and Mrs. Roy Benjamin 
Lynn Rothman '73 
Mrs. Frances Heine 
Lori Sue Rothman 
Walter Hesford '64 
Richard Curran '65 
Barbara Curran '68 
Carl Douglas '69 
Steven Green '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berry and fam 
The "Cool Cullens" 
Leon Parkin '64 
Myrna Parkin '68 
Tim Ryan '68 
Larry Marder 
Steve Nussbaum '68 
Bob Gass '64 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gass 
Ron Phelan '68 
Mickey Swanwick 




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Our Pharmacist, Lawyers and Doctors 



TEACHERS 



Mr. James Topham 
Mr. Cyril Powderly 
Miss Winifred Brennan, 

Senior Class Adviser 
Mr. Richard Power 
Mr. Leo McGuirk 
Miss Barbara O'Neil 
Mr. Paul Kelly 
Mr. Robert Brady 
Miss Doris Baglione 
Miss Marion Diemond 
Mr. Eugene Savard 
Mr. William Casey 
Mr. Phil Saba 
Miss Sheila Shapiro 
Miss Eleanor Kelly 
Mrs. Helen McGonigle 
Mr. John Bopp 
Mrs. John Appleton 
Mrs. Ann Skelly 
Mr. Richard Kaegael 
Mr. Ronald T. Mavor 
Mr. Jack R. Bevivino 
Mr. Ray Thompson 
Mr. David Cronin 
Mr. Timothy Cronin 
Mr. Dennis McKee 
Mr. and Mrs. Winston 

Fairfield and Kelly 
Mr. Edward Mashrick 
Mrs. Carol DeCost 
Miss Ann Hutchinson 
Miss Dorothy Skeels 
Mr. Anthony Vellante 
Mr. Arthur Bumpus 
Mrs. Regenstein 
Mrs. Gehrig 
Mr. John Hurley 
Mr. Nicholas Mackey 
Mr. James Santry 
Mr. John Gene Papa 




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Mrs. Jean Noblin and Mrs. Ann Skelly are surprised 
by the photographer. 



Mrs. Gern Scott and Miss Dorothy Skeels scurry 
along to class. 




For Their Generous Contributions 







Susan Lichenstein has the school all to herself. 



DOCTORS 



Hersch C. Altman, D.M.D. 

Dr. Stewart Shapiro 

Dr. Fred Connelly, D.M.D. 

Dr. John T. Berry 

Dr. Mayer Rubenstein 

Dr. William Sloane 

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Hickey 

Dr. C. Farrell Gallaway 

E. A. Barce, D.V.M. 



Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Wasserman 

Dr. Robert W. LeLacheur 

Dr. and Mrs. J. V. McGuirk 

Milton S. Glassman, D.M.D. 

Dr. Conca, D.M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Selig G. Zase 

Dr. J. P. Amerena 

Dr. David B. Weiner 

Drs. H. L. Fulchino and Hayes 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Look over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 




fin New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 



.4/i equal opportunity employer 




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BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Salutes the Class of '68 

Norman B. Silk 

George F. Cullen 

Patrick T. McDonnell 

Joseph J. Semensi 

John R. O'Riley 





Congratulations to the Seniors! 



THE RANDOLPH THEATER 



"In the Heart of the Square' 



963-3620 



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DRINKWATER FLORISTS 

West Street Randolph 


TONY'S BARBER SHOP 

5 Old Street 961-9868 
Randolph 


LEON'S OF RANDOLPH 

Orders to take out 


Congratulations 

RADIO SHACK CORPORATION 

South Shore Plaza 
Braintree 


RED FEATHER FARM 


TAYLOR'S GIFT AND JEWELRY 
SHOP 

68 No. Main Street 
Randolph 


Compliments of 

SWAN CLEANERS 


Compliments of the 

BPM 


RANVILLA RESTAURANT 

1048 No. Main Street 


Best wishes to the 
Senior Class 

THE KRECKLER FAMILY 


RUTH'S BAKERY 

91 Memorial Pkwy 
Randolph Mattapan 


Compliments of 

PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 

42 Diauto Drive 
"If it's drugs, we have it." 


CURRAN HARDWARE 

No. Main Street 
Randolph 


WHYNOT PONTIAC 

Ted & Wally I ^Bj^f 1 ^^ 

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MARSAL'S COIFFURE 


BLUE RIDGE FARM 

VI 3-6909 

639 Granite Street 

Braintree 



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STANNEY'S 

Friday 7-12 
Saturday, Sunday 9-1 1 

Ice Cream & Sandwich Shop 

300 Union St., Holbrook 
607 Center St., 
Brockton, Mass. 



TIMOTHY LYONS 
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

15 No. Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 




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JOSEPH R. WELCH 



Attorney- At- Law 



9 Memorial Parkway 



Congratulations 



BOB'S SURE STATION 



GRANT'S OF RANDOLPH 



HIDING THt flNCST fAiTHT 



440 HANCOCK ST. 




WARREN PHARMACY 

Cor. Main & Warren St. 

Paul Boyle 
Registered Pharmacist 



CURHAN CHEVROLET INC 



No. Main Street 



963-9837 
963-7022 



ZEPPY'S BAIGEL 
BAKERY 

Full Line Of Rolls - Birthday Cakes 
Pastry - Wedding Cakes 

937 North Main Street 
Randolph, Mass. 02368 



EDGAR'S 

Downtown Brockton 

Fall River Shopping Center 



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DRUGS 





The U.S.Y. Salutes the graduating 
class of Randolph High School. 



169 



SALVY'S BARBER SHOP 

1 1 85 North Main St. 
North Randolph, Mass. 


JOHN T. CALLAHAN 

Contractor and Builder 

1 106 North Main St. 

Randolph 963-3618 


MOOERS GULF SERVICE CENTER 

328 No. Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

961-9824 


CARLTON HAIRSTYLISTS 

Fernandes Plaza 963-9750 
Wigs and Falls at lowest Prices 


CONRAD'S SUPER MARKET 

1075 North Main Street 
North Randolph, Mass. 


Good luck to class of '68 

FRED'S FISH MARKET 


TAYLOR RENTAL CENTER 

517 No. Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-5945 


LYONS STATIONERY & CARD SHOP 

60 No. Main St. Randolph 


ELI & CHRIS SHELL 

1245 North Main Street & 

733 South Main Street 

Randolph 


THE TENDER TRAP 

Beauty Salon 
75 Parkingway, Quincy, Mass. 

Daily 9-5 

Thurs., Fn. Eves. 471-9869 


A FRIEND 


ST. BERNADETTE'S C.Y.O. 

President: Peter Smith 
Vice Pres: Helen Baird 
Secretary: Patricia Sullivan 
Treasurer: Edward Fogarty 
Delegate: Annette DiMascio 



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TEMPESTA BROS. 



Fuel, Sales, Installation, & Service 



17 Flintlock Rd. Randolph WO 3-0271 
697 Dudley St. Dorchester CO 5-4018 





RINGS 
PINS 


excellent 
design 






MEDALS 
CHARMS 


skilled 
craftsmanship 






CUPS 

PLAQUES 

TROPHIES 


superb 
quality 






YOUR CLASS JEWELER 






DIEGES & CLUST 




Philadelphia 


226 Public St., Providence, R. 1. 
Manufacturing Jewelers 


New York 



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SUBURBAN INDOOR TENNIS 

"The Gome For The Entire Family" 


WOODLAWN CARD & RECORD 
SHOPPE 

1 1 1 North Main St. Randolph 
Tel. WO 3-5766 


SAL'S BARBER SHOP 

4 Barbers 
264 N. Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 


BLUE RIDGE FARM 

VI 3-6909 

639 Granite Street 
Braintree Five Corners 


ARTHUR M. DONAHUE, JR. 

Attorney 


BRADY AUTO SUPPLY INC. 

Firestone Dealer 

307 N. Main Street 

963-2270 


CATHAY CITY 

Chinese and American Food 

Orders Put Up to Take Out 

Chester Chin, Mgr. 963-0120 

226 No. Main St. Rt. 28 

Randolph, Mass. 


KIERMAN REAL ESTATE 

1 102 North Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 


B. HORLINK, JEWELER 

105 No. Main St. 

Randolph, Mass. 

Reed & Barton and Lunt 

Sterling — Pierced Earrings 

Charms 


POLARIS SUB SHOP 

215 N. Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-9759 


THE DAIRY QUEEN 

"Where you get those delicious sundaes" 


MACDONALD'S PHARMACY 


LESTER E. CALLAHAN 

Attorney at Law 

410 North Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 


MINIHAN'S HANDY STORE 

549 North Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 


ATTORNEY ROBERT L. SCHNEIDER 

9 Memorial Parkway 


HILLTOP RESTAURANT 



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NORFOLK HOMES 

1 162 North Main St. 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-5554 






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WRIGHT BROTHER'S 
SPORTS CENTER 

16 Candle-pin Lanes 

Golf Driving Range 

310 Skeet Shoot 

231 Union St., 

Holbrook, Mass. 

963-6766 



HAWKINS BROTHERS 

Dodge Cars and Trucks 

Complete Car Service 
All Makes 



697 No. Main St. 



963-7576 



VETERANS CAB 

Prompt- —Courteous 

5 Radio Cabs Serving: 

Randolph — Avon 

Holbrook — Stoughton 



963-2293 



963-2200 



MIKE'S DONUT AND 
COFFEE SHOP 



A Good Place To Eat 



BEST OF LUCK 
FROM 




51 N. Main Street 

Randolph, Massachusetts 

963-6350 



Wedding pictures — Custom Framing — Portraites 

Albums Made to Order — Modeling Agency — Baby Pictures 

Legal Work — Advertizing — Art Gallery 

Elliot M. Sandler, Class of "63" 



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Best Wishes to the Seniors. The Dramatics Club Wish you the very best in 
the future. 




Mr. Vellante, A. Brown, D. Sullivan, J. Kelleher, S. Forti, M. McNamara 



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ZACK'S PIZZA 

83 North Main Street 
961-9759 


Wearables 

THE LLOYD'S OF RANDOLPH 

123 No. Main Street 


CORNER STORE 

289 High Street in 
North Randolph 


BRODIL'S BOOTERY 

94 No. Main Street 
Randolph, Mass. 


PHILLIP'S 

Men's and Boys' Shop 


CHRISTINE'S DRESS ALTERATIONS 

105 No. Main Street Randolph 


DONALD'S SHOES 

Randolph Shopping Centre 
961-2224 


SALAMONE SHOE REPAIR 

Expert Shoe Repairing 
95 No. Main Street 


C < __ *sm 


AMERICAN SERVICE CENTER 

952 No. Main Street 
961-9853 






Congratulations A. 

CAREY BUS 
TRANSPORTATION 


A FRIEND 


RANDOLPH POLICE RELIEF ASSOC. 

Extends 
Best Wishes To The Class Of '68 



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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1968! 



THE RANDOLPH SECONDARY TEACHERS 

ASSOCIATION 



BEST WISHES TO A GREAT CLASS, THE GRADUATES OF '68. 




MRS. SIMMONS, MRS. VENNIK, MRS. FLEMING 



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LYNWOOD CAFE 



Home of those delicious Pizzas 



Salutes the Class of '68 



F. DIAUTO AND SON 
LUMBER & FUEL INC. 

87 Warren Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-3311 



SPIRIT OF ISRAEL B.B.G. 



Salutes the Class of '68 



RICHARDS HAIRSTYLISTS 




ANNE FRANK B.B.G. 



Congratulations To Class of '68 



Phone GE 6-8915 

SHOPPERS PACKAGE STORE 

Imported and Domestic 
Wines, Liquors, Cordials 

719 Morrissey Blvd. 
Dorchester, Mass. 



Tel, 387-0658 



A. R. Bourqure 



EVERETT CONSTRUCTION CO. 

Complete Housing Renovation 
and Carpentry 



Repairs 



Sub-Contracting 



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THE F.H.A. 



Salutes the Graduating Class. 



Bottom: H. Oyer, L. Tucker, 
D. McFarland, B. Batson. Top: 
J. Ekman, C. Eastman, R. Ellis. 



THE TWIRLERS 

Salute the Seniors. 

M. Boothby, J. Malfa, J. Beder, P. 
Penney, D. Churchill, S. Ma[or, R. 
Rizzo, P. Canavan, M. Sarofeen, E. 
Benjamino, M. Donahue, K. Schultze, 
C. Powers, M. Tuv. 








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Compliments of 



SCOTTIES 



GOOD BROTHERS FORD 

43 Years as Your Ford Dealer 

Ford, Falcon, Fairlane, 
Mustang, Thunderbird 



536 So. Main St. 



Randolph 



RANDOLPH DRUG 



TrinqueV 



64 No. Main Street 



Congratulations Graduates 



NORTH RANDOLPH CLEANERS 



1055 No. Main St. 



CHASE & SONS, II. 



Sponsors of the Randolph School Safety Calendar 



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Best Wishes Class of '68 



YORK CONSTRUCTION 
CO., INC. 



H. Frank Jablonski 

34 Darrel Dr. 

Randolph, Mass. 





It is a pleasure to serve the 

students, graduates, and faculty 

of Randolph High School. 



THE RANDOLPH SAVINGS 
BANK 



50 So. Franklin St., Holbrook 

129 No. Main St., Randolph 

15 Pleasant St., Stoughton 



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JOHN W. HURRY 

Insurance of All Kinds 
1 130 No. Main St. 963-5580 



BUSKSWORTH INC. 

249 No. Main Street 
Randolph, Mass. 

Store of a thousand bargains 



Frank Koltov Saul Kruskall 

RANDOLPH KOSHER MEAT MARKET 



961-2931 



41 No. Main St. 




Accessories 
Instruments 
and Lessons 



51-53 No. Main St. 



961-3266 



MORTELL'S BARBER SERVICE 




Open Plaza Hours 




South Shore Plaza, Braintree 




Towing Road Service 




PAUL'S FRONT END 




TIRE AND REPAIR SHOP 




15 No. Main St. 963-9849 





SASS FLORISTS 



RANDOLPH SHOPPING CENTER 

Tailoring — Shirt Service — Storage Faciliti 
Tel. 961-9827 




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DeCOTA CONSTRUCTION ISC. 



New Homes Custom Built 



Louis F. DeCota, Pres. 
7 Old Mill Lane 



Phone: 963-6007 
Randolph, Mass. 



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CARTWRIGHT FUNERAL HOME 

419 North Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-4199 



RANDOLPH PACKAGE STORE 

N. North St. 
Randolph, Mass. 



FLOORS THE RAY WAY 

North Street 
Randolph, Mass. 



WALT'S SUNOCO STATION 



Salutes the Class of '68 




THE PROPRIETORS 

of 

ALICE'S RESTAURANT 



Congratulates the Class of '68 



Alison Brown 

Wendi Coburn 

Kathy Connaughton 

Dave Grossman 

Bob Hunter 

Tom Jalkut 

Bob Jayes — Founding Father 

Art Levine 

Pad Locke 

Jack Markham — President 

Joe McElroy 

Paul McElroy 



Chris Micciche 

Kevin Murray 

Mary O'Gorman 

Ron Phelan 

Tim Ryan — Class Bigot 

Mickey Swanwick — Class Fool 

Ed Symkus — Class Messiah 

Bill Trabulsie 

Bob Wentzell 

Larry Willis 

Jo Yaras 



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DEI MAR PRINTING fOMPAW 



Printers of the 1968 Oracle 



Charlotte, N. C. 
N.E. Representative 

Robert Vantine 

555 High Street 

Westwood, Massachusetts 

326-0466 



THE WARRE\ KAY 
VA\TI\E STIDIO. I\C. 

Serving with pleasure 

The members of the 

Class of 

1968 

661 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine 



THE CHEERLEADERS 



are proud of the Class of 68. 




Front: Captain M. O'Gorman Back: D. Kritzman, M. Broderick, P. O'Connor, S. Wicky, K. 
O'Brien, J. Turner, K. O'Gorman, A. Larsen, J. Sandler, A. Stone, C. Miccicci. 



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